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Vote for Congressmen among the North Carolina troops. [special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.] Brandy Station, Culpeper Co., Va., October 30. --In the voting for members of Congress among the North Carolina troops at this station, yesterday, the following vote was cast in the 12th regiment: 5th district.--Companies B and D, from Granville Co.: For A. H. Arrington 30; for Joseph Turner (Conservative) O. Companies C, F, and K, from Warren Co.: For Arrington 50; Turner O. Co. H, from Nash Co.: Arrington 15; Turner 6. 2d district.--Co. G gives R. R. Bridgers 11; Lt. Col. E. C. Yellowley 12. 8th district.--Companies A and E gave Lander 45; Dr. J G Ramsey (Conservative) none. In the 20th regiment Lander, so far, has 36, Ramsay 3, and Staneill 1. The voting, per regiment, so far as heard from, is almost unanimous for Arrington. J.
Heavy skirmishing near Chattanooga — the enemy Moving. Atlanta, Oct. 30. --No news reports from above by telegraph. The following has been received by mail: "Missionary Ridge, Oct. 29.--The enemy have crossed a division at Brown's Ferry, three miles below Chattanooga, and are in possession of Raccoon Mountain, which they are apparently fortifying. A rapid shelling of our camps on the west side of Lookout Mountain was kept up by the enemy to-day, our batteries replying. No casualties reported. Heavy skirmishing anticipated on our left." A special dispatch to the Intelligencer, of the same date, says: "Two divisions, Howard's and Hooker's, came down yesterday from Bridgeport to Lookout Vally, and were joined by Granger's corps last night, which crossed at Brown's Ferry, three miles below Chattanooga. Jenkins's division attacked the enemy at 2 o'clock this morning, and captured a number of wagons and twenty-five prisoners. The enemy now occupy the west side of
The Daily Dispatch: October 31, 1863., [Electronic resource], A brief history of the Troubles about Gen. Bragg. (search)
From Charleston. Charleston, Oct. 30. --The bombardment of Sumter has been heavy and continuous all night from Gregg and Wagner and the Centre Battery. It is reported that one of the monitors burst a gun and retired, with her turret disabled. No further casualties reported this morning. Heavy firing from 200 and 300 pound Parrott's still progressing. [second Dispatch.] Charleston, Oct. 30. --The bombardment of Sumter to-day is regarded as the heaviest that has yet takenOct. 30. --The bombardment of Sumter to-day is regarded as the heaviest that has yet taken place. From sundown on Wednesday to sundown on Thursday 1,215 shots of all calibre, from 15-inch mortars to 300-pounder Parrotts and downwards, have been thrown into and against the fort. The only casualties have been the slight wounding of seven privates of the 12th Georgia regiment. This evening the enemy opened fire from a mortar battery at Cummings's Point upon the northeast angle of the fort, which seemed to be the special object of attention, and sustains the brunt of the firing to-da