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The Daily Dispatch: March 9, 1864., [Electronic resource], Review of the Pennsylvania campaign. (search)
Affairs in North Carolina and Mississippi --On Saturday morning Hume's brigade of cavalry attacked the Yankees twelve miles beyond Ringgold, and drove them from their position. The Yankees field precipitately. We lost one man killed and took seven prisoners. It is well scarcities that the recent Yankee advance was made with the intention of a general attack. The enemy were much surprised to find Gen. Johnston in such force — There are no present sagas of a movement on the part of the Yankees. A special to the Atlanta Appeal, acted Macon, Miss, says that the Yankees are all across the Big Black. They burned nothing in Canton. They captured and carried off three officers of the Mississippi Central Railroad, and many negroes, and destroyed provisions wherever found. They burned many houses in the country. The railroad is running from above within a few miles of Canton.