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Ouachita (United States) (search for this): article 11
The enemy repulsed in Louisiana. We were yesterday shown a private letter to a gentleman from Louisiana now in this city, in which mention is made of the recent repulse of the Yankees at Harrisonburg, on the Ouachita river. The repulse was attended with heavy loss to them, whilst our loss is represented to have been very small — only some two or three killed and wounded. One commissioned officer was dangerously wounded.
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The enemy repulsed in Louisiana. We were yesterday shown a private letter to a gentleman from Louisiana now in this city, in which mention is made of the recent repulse of the Yankees at Harrisonburg, on the Ouachita river. The repulse was attended with heavy loss to them, whilst our loss is represented to have been very small — only some two or three killed and wounded. One commissioned officer was dangerously wounded. The enemy repulsed in Louisiana. We were yesterday shown a private letter to a gentleman from Louisiana now in this city, in which mention is made of the recent repulse of the Yankees at Harrisonburg, on the Ouachita river. The repulse was attended with heavy loss to them, whilst our loss is represented to have been very small — only some two or three killed and wounded. One commissioned officer was dangerously wounde