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Doc. 8.-fight at Rogersville, Tenn. A national account. Bull's Gap, Tenn., Nov. 11, 1863. More t
stant, heavy firing was heard in the direction of Rogersville, a small town situated on the north bank of the H courier with the intelligence that our forces at Rogersville, consisting of the Second Tennessee and Seventh O rate fortunes in East-Tennessee:
The affair at Rogersville, East-Tennessee, affords some mitigation of the g of the Yankees at Big Creek, four miles east of Rogersville.
The nearest supporting force being at Greenvill Dodson's and Smith's fords, in the Holston, below Rogersville.
He, finding great obstacles in the way of his a Long's ford, and take the Carter's Valley road to Rogersville, in the rear of Garrard's camp.
This transferred head of his column at Miller's, eight miles from Rogersville, and went forward to reconnoitre the enemy's posi e intersection with the main road, a mile east of Rogersville, where he despatched a detachment of Witcher's ba