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hree bullets passed through the car. Several others struck into the wood work, and glanced off without penetrating to the interior. Fortunately, nobody was hurt, and as I was the only one who saw the guerillas there was nobody except myself scared. These daring movements on the part of the rebels show that operations with a view to interrupt the line of communication between Louisville and Rosecrans are about to be renewed. Refugees from Glasgow informed us that the rebels stated that Bragg had passed around tire left of Rosecrans, and had succeeded in flanking him. This intelligence is further shown to be truthful from information from other sources. If this be so, we shall soon have a repetition of the Bragg and Buell campaign, whose character is still fresh in the mind of every person in the North. One year ago last February, I visited Nashville, while the bridge which the retreating rebels had fired was still smoking. I then succeeded in finding but one Union citizen
The Daily Dispatch: October 31, 1863., [Electronic resource], A brief history of the Troubles about Gen. Bragg. (search)
A brief history of the Troubles about Gen. Bragg. --The Chattanooga correspondent of the Mobile Tribune gives the following summary of the result of President Davis's visit to Bragg's army: A great deal of gossip and military scan may has been written about the President's visit here in reference to the settlement of ciculties which are supposed to exist among the corps and division officers of Gen. Bragg's army. As the affair has been distorted to suit the fancy and prejudice of number of the Generals in the army of Tennessee petitioned for the removal of Gen. Bragg from the command of the army, (Gen. Breckinridge and some others excepted,) wthese gentlemen, and asked them to state their reasons why they demanded that Gen. Bragg should be relieved from his command. The reasons given did not appear to satisfy the President that he ought to take any action in the case. Gen. Bragg, on being informed of the nature of the petition, insisted on, and urgently requested the