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The Daily Dispatch: October 20, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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. Peters; R. Annan, W. W. Austin, F. H. Bonneau, E. H. Brown, John E. Billups, Master's Mate; T. B. Bevill, Samuel Brockington, W. Beall, Thomas Butters, A. G. Bird, Oliver Bowen, J. W. Carey, G. W. Clemons, S. D. Churn, N. Canes, C. W. Dolvin, T. M. Duncan, James M. Diggs, Samuel DeForrest, D. M. Eaton, W. R. Davis, J. M. Fleetwood, William Fox, Mike Folliard, Wesley Fitzgerald, B. Grav, M. Gorman, Robert Harley, Thomas Hardin, L. G. Hudgins, Robert Hunt, R. J. Hockley, T. L. Hernandez, Jarvis Johnson, L. G. King, Charles Longman, Edward Lynch, J. P. Murphy, James McLeod, J. Maes, William Moulton, A. Messini, E. O. Murden, W. T. Morrell, J. W. Matherson, W. McBlair, Thomas Noland, George Nowrey, E. D. Newton, J. W. O'Neil, John Peits, F. F. Palingnest, Joseph Prebel, Patrick Quinn, G. W. Quarles, John Robinson, Daniel Relordon, W. B. Reed, Charles Smith, Patrick Smith, William Smith, L. H. Schofield, James Sylvanus, J. H. Schinblee, C. Schinblee, W. R. Shed, J. M. Sullivan, B. C. Shel
General Schofield sent out a strong reconnoitering party to-day to discover the whereabouts of the rebel column said to be moving towards the west. Scouts of the Forty-fourth colored regiment in the garrison at Dayton, who escaped after Colonel Johnson's surrender, arrived here to-day. They give numerous accounts of the affair. They state that they were on picket, wanted to fight, knocked over the flag-bearer, and, after the surrender, refused to stay caught. Ringgold and the interm$124,786, making for the whole week only $239,492. Miscellaneous. A delegation claiming to represent the loyal Democrats of Tennessee are in Washington for the purpose of presenting to Lincoln a protest against the oath required by Governor Johnson to be taken before voting at the Presidential election. They had an interview with Lincoln on Saturday, and pre- sented their protest, but complain of having been cavalierly treated by him, he intimating that, in his opinion, the document