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ll 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. The Pending between the United States and Canada. The New York Times has the following news
The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1863., [Electronic resource], Plan for the improvement of the Currency. (search)
he reciprocity of feeling between Canada and the Yankees: A correspondent of the Montreal Witness denounce in very sharp and decided terms the conduct of certain public men in Canada, in openly sympathizing with the Southern rebellion. HCanada, in openly sympathizing with the Southern rebellion. He states that on one occasion a telegram was read in Parliament, announcing the defeat of the national forces, and that a dozen members greeted it with loud applause, Hon. G. E. Carter, late Premter, being among them. Many of these members have maintained a regular correspondence with leading rebels, have furnished them arms and munitions of war from Canadian ports, and acted as the medium of communication between them and Europe. The Grand Trunk Railway gave Mr. Vallandigham an extra train onat notice has already been given in Congress by Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, of a bill to abolish the Reciprocity Treaty with Canada. Miscellaneous. The advices from the Army of the Potomac indicate that the autumn campaign has closed, and the tr