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Rebel reports and Narratives. General S. D. Lee's report. Demopolis, February 24. Headquarters, Starkville, Miss., February 22. Lieutenant-General Polk: Major-General Forrest reports, at nine A. M., yesterday evening, two miles south of Pontotoc, we have had severe fighting all day with the enemy. The engagement clos
We repulsed them with heavy loss, and completely routed them. S. D. Lee. Leonidas Polk, Lieutenant-General.
Atlanta Confederacy account.
Demopolis, February 22, 1864.
News from the front grows stale.
The enemy having prospected as far south as De Soto, on the Mobile road, seem to be hesitating as to the the whole scheme of the Yankee plan for the occupation and subjugation of the South-West.
If successful, Sherman would have been in a condition to advance upon Demopolis and Selma, or Mobile; and these important points, as well as the rich countries adjacent, would have been at the mercy of the enemy.
They could have been driven