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The Daily Dispatch: December 8, 1864., [Electronic resource], Clothing for the Confederate prisoners. (search)
reported to have entered Tennessee, through Cumberland gap, with two white and three negro regiments — about four thousand in all. The Bristol Register says: "He has reached Bean's station, ten miles from General Vaughn's headquarters at Morristown.--Whether he will proceed to Knoxville or risk an engagement with Vaughn is not known. A party of Vaughn's cavalry had a skirmish across the Clinch river at Evans's ferry with about one hundred of the enemy, in which Lieutenant Hipshur and priighth Tennessee (Yankee) regiment are at Sevierville, the Ninth and Thirteenth are at Knoxville, and the Tenth Michigan is still at Strawberry Plains. "The two Boyds (brothers-in-law of General Vaughn), who were missing after the defeat of Morristown, have just come in. They have been in Monroe and Blount counties, where they report our Southern friends in good spirits. The East Tennessee hundred days men are refusing to re- enlist in the Federal service. Captain James Giles had killed Ca