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Latest from the North.surrender of Fort Donelson.Official reports.great losses on both sides. &c
ress," some stirring intelligence.--Fort Donelson, in Tennessee, is said to have surrendered to the d the U. S. gunboat Conestoga.
He stormed Fort Donelson on Friday afternoon.
The gunboats St. agement.
Later.--A gentleman who left Fort Donelson yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and reac at has a special dispatch from the rear of Fort Donelson, dated on Friday, as follows:
The for pecial correspondence is as follows:
Fort Donelson, Feb. 15.--Forenoon.--The firing commenced m. Foote. U. S. Flag-Ship St. Louis,Near Fort Donelson, via Paducah, February 15, 1862. To Hon. ward Nashville; as to attempt to reinforce Fort Donelson instead, would be well nigh a hopeless und he effort of the enemy to continue to hold Fort Donelson.
Our troops in possession. Louisvil le, and one in a Western direction, toward Fort Donelson.
They first began to evacuate the place a [9 more...]
Latest from the North.surrender of Fort Donelson.Official reports.great losses on both sides. &c., &c., &c. We are in possession of Northern papers of the 17th inst. All of them teem with "the latest" and "the very latest" intelligence from Fort Donelson, the capture of which is heralded in the most imposing and largest sized capitals. The Baltimore Sun, of Monday, publishes an extra dated at 2 P. M. of that day, from which we make the following extracts: The fall of Donelson. We have this morning, through the "Associated Press," some stirring intelligence.--Fort Donelson, in Tennessee, is said to have surrendered to the Federal forces, with 15,000 prisoners, including Gens. Johnston, Buckner and Pillow. The captured fort was made of earth, and was constructed last summer; situated at Dover, on the west bank of the Cumberland, where that river washes an obtuse angle. It is 12 miles southeast of the latter fort, and, it is stated, mounted about ten 24 and 32 pounder