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The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1863., [Electronic resource], The report of the Secretary of the Treasury. (search)
From east Tennessee. Bristol, Dec. 11. --General Longstreet is slowly falling back from Morristown, presenting a bold front to the enemy, who, since the sharp skirmish at Morristown, have not pressed him. Our last advices represent him at Watanga river, near Kings port. As Cumberland Gap is no longer in his rear no apprehensions are felt as to his safety. All the hospitals along the railroad have been emptied to receive his wounded, numbering about six hundred. Dalton, Dec. 11. --The latest accounts received here represent Longstreet to be at Bean's Station, twenty miles beyond Knoxville, on the Cumberland Gap road. The Georgia State Guards are reported to have been driven in yesterday. No particulars.
of Chattanooga in September, and Ending with the Retreat Upon Dalton in November. [from our own correspondent.] Dalton, Ga., December 5th, 1863. The fall campaign in Northern Georgia has closed, and with it the career of Gen. Bragg as c the evacuation of Chattanooga on the 7th and 8th of September, and closing with the retreat of the Confederate army upon Dalton on the 27th ult. This task I now propose to undertake, not in the interest of any leader or faction, but in the interest ntain to Trenton, in Willa's Valley, and thence through Stephens's and Cooper's Gaps in Lookout Mountain to Lafayette and Dalton, passing through McLemore's Cove and across Pigeon Mountain at Dug Gap. Rome is about sixty-five miles southwest of Cha out, there is not little reason to doubt that the Confederate army would to-day be in Nashville or beyond, instead of at Dalton and Ringgold. Whose fault is it that we are not now well on the way to the Chief. Is it Gen. Bragg's? Let the people do
's forces, with the exception of the part now with Sherman, having closed the campaign against Bragg, will now go into winter quarters, and Chattanooga will be previsioned and supplied as rapidly as possible for future operation. Until that is done no great activity need respected, unless the enemy should ty--gressive. Of this there is no great his army. Bragg is used up, personally, as on Monday. A dispatch from Chattanooga fled on Monday says that Gen. Barden is falling back from Dalton with decoyed troops lately commanded by Bragg. Its also said that the mountains of East Tennessee are filled with deserters and stragglers from the rebel ranks. A dispatch from Cincinnati says: Two thousand one hundred and thirty rebel prisoner from Chattanooga, passes through Indianapolis yesterday, on routs to Rock Island; 1,200 more are expected here to-day! 131 officers, mostly belonging to Major-Gen. John C. Breckinridge command, also passed through, on route to Johnson's Island