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Edward's Depot (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 3
avalry engagement in Mississippi--the enemy Defeated — flag of truce from General Grant Jackson, June 22. --Gen Ruggles, with his cavalry, overtook the Yankee raiders near Rocky Ford, in Tallahatchie to-day, and a severe engagement ensued, resulting in the capture of thirty prisoners, two pieces of artillery, their entire baggage and ammunition train, together with a large amount of provisions stolen from the citizens. The enemy's loss in killed is eighty. Our loss small. Gen. Grant sent a flag of truce to Jackson yesterday asking permission to remove his wounded left at Edward's Depot, after the fight of Baker's Creek, which was allowed after they were duly exchanged. [Second Dispatch] Jackson, June 22 --Passengers from Grenada report that the Yankee raiders have gone back in the direction of Memphis after burning Panola and Batesville. It was thought that Gen. Chalmers had overtaking them, as firing had been heard in the direction they had taken.
Bakers Creek (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 3
valry engagement in Mississippi--the enemy Defeated — flag of truce from General Grant Jackson, June 22. --Gen Ruggles, with his cavalry, overtook the Yankee raiders near Rocky Ford, in Tallahatchie to-day, and a severe engagement ensued, resulting in the capture of thirty prisoners, two pieces of artillery, their entire baggage and ammunition train, together with a large amount of provisions stolen from the citizens. The enemy's loss in killed is eighty. Our loss small. Gen. Grant sent a flag of truce to Jackson yesterday asking permission to remove his wounded left at Edward's Depot, after the fight of Baker's Creek, which was allowed after they were duly exchanged. [Second Dispatch] Jackson, June 22 --Passengers from Grenada report that the Yankee raiders have gone back in the direction of Memphis after burning Panola and Batesville. It was thought that Gen. Chalmers had overtaking them, as firing had been heard in the direction they had taken.
June 23rd (search for this): article 4
Latest from the Southwest. Jackson, June 23. --Col. Wirt Adams's cavalry attacked 400 of the enemy's cavalry at Bear Creek, near Mechanicsburg, yesterday, and routed them, capturing their artillery and killing and wounding 100. Our loss was 25 killed and wounded. Among the latter is Capt. W. Yorger, who distinguished himself in the action. A special dispatch to the Mississippian from Grenada, yesterday, says: "While the Yankees were at Panola Friday Chalmers attacked the 20th Illinois cavalry, four miles south of Hernando, at daylight, killing, wounding, and capturing all but one company. " On Saturday night Chalmers was at Histabalen, with a Yankee force this side of him. Gen. George, with the State troops and McCullough, were four miles in rear of the enemy. The Yankees are beading North.
Latest from the Southwest. Jackson, June 23. --Col. Wirt Adams's cavalry attacked 400 of the enemy's cavalry at Bear Creek, near Mechanicsburg, yesterday, and routed them, capturing their artillery and killing and wounding 100. Our loss was 25 killed and wounded. Among the latter is Capt. W. Yorger, who distinguished himself in the action. A special dispatch to the Mississippian from Grenada, yesterday, says: "While the Yankees were at Panola Friday Chalmers attacked the 20th Illinois cavalry, four miles south of Hernando, at daylight, killing, wounding, and capturing all but one company. " On Saturday night Chalmers was at Histabalen, with a Yankee force this side of him. Gen. George, with the State troops and McCullough, were four miles in rear of the enemy. The Yankees are beading North.
Wirt Adams (search for this): article 4
Latest from the Southwest. Jackson, June 23. --Col. Wirt Adams's cavalry attacked 400 of the enemy's cavalry at Bear Creek, near Mechanicsburg, yesterday, and routed them, capturing their artillery and killing and wounding 100. Our loss was 25 killed and wounded. Among the latter is Capt. W. Yorger, who distinguished himself in the action. A special dispatch to the Mississippian from Grenada, yesterday, says: "While the Yankees were at Panola Friday Chalmers attacked the 20th Illinois cavalry, four miles south of Hernando, at daylight, killing, wounding, and capturing all but one company. " On Saturday night Chalmers was at Histabalen, with a Yankee force this side of him. Gen. George, with the State troops and McCullough, were four miles in rear of the enemy. The Yankees are beading North.
McCullough (search for this): article 4
Latest from the Southwest. Jackson, June 23. --Col. Wirt Adams's cavalry attacked 400 of the enemy's cavalry at Bear Creek, near Mechanicsburg, yesterday, and routed them, capturing their artillery and killing and wounding 100. Our loss was 25 killed and wounded. Among the latter is Capt. W. Yorger, who distinguished himself in the action. A special dispatch to the Mississippian from Grenada, yesterday, says: "While the Yankees were at Panola Friday Chalmers attacked the 20th Illinois cavalry, four miles south of Hernando, at daylight, killing, wounding, and capturing all but one company. " On Saturday night Chalmers was at Histabalen, with a Yankee force this side of him. Gen. George, with the State troops and McCullough, were four miles in rear of the enemy. The Yankees are beading North.
Panola Friday Chalmers (search for this): article 4
ng and wounding 100. Our loss was 25 killed and wounded. Among the latter is Capt. W. Yorger, who distinguished himself in the action. A special dispatch to the Mississippian from Grenada, yesterday, says: "While the Yankees were at Panola Friday Chalmers attacked the 20th Illinois cavalry, four miles south of Hernando, at daylight, killing, wounding, and capturing all but one company. " On Saturday night Chalmers was at Histabalen, with a Yankee force this side of him. Gen. George, hed himself in the action. A special dispatch to the Mississippian from Grenada, yesterday, says: "While the Yankees were at Panola Friday Chalmers attacked the 20th Illinois cavalry, four miles south of Hernando, at daylight, killing, wounding, and capturing all but one company. " On Saturday night Chalmers was at Histabalen, with a Yankee force this side of him. Gen. George, with the State troops and McCullough, were four miles in rear of the enemy. The Yankees are beading North.
W. Yorger (search for this): article 4
Latest from the Southwest. Jackson, June 23. --Col. Wirt Adams's cavalry attacked 400 of the enemy's cavalry at Bear Creek, near Mechanicsburg, yesterday, and routed them, capturing their artillery and killing and wounding 100. Our loss was 25 killed and wounded. Among the latter is Capt. W. Yorger, who distinguished himself in the action. A special dispatch to the Mississippian from Grenada, yesterday, says: "While the Yankees were at Panola Friday Chalmers attacked the 20th Illinois cavalry, four miles south of Hernando, at daylight, killing, wounding, and capturing all but one company. " On Saturday night Chalmers was at Histabalen, with a Yankee force this side of him. Gen. George, with the State troops and McCullough, were four miles in rear of the enemy. The Yankees are beading North.
Newsome Springs (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 4
Latest from the Southwest. Jackson, June 23. --Col. Wirt Adams's cavalry attacked 400 of the enemy's cavalry at Bear Creek, near Mechanicsburg, yesterday, and routed them, capturing their artillery and killing and wounding 100. Our loss was 25 killed and wounded. Among the latter is Capt. W. Yorger, who distinguished himself in the action. A special dispatch to the Mississippian from Grenada, yesterday, says: "While the Yankees were at Panola Friday Chalmers attacked the 20th Illinois cavalry, four miles south of Hernando, at daylight, killing, wounding, and capturing all but one company. " On Saturday night Chalmers was at Histabalen, with a Yankee force this side of him. Gen. George, with the State troops and McCullough, were four miles in rear of the enemy. The Yankees are beading North.
Mechanicsburg (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 4
Latest from the Southwest. Jackson, June 23. --Col. Wirt Adams's cavalry attacked 400 of the enemy's cavalry at Bear Creek, near Mechanicsburg, yesterday, and routed them, capturing their artillery and killing and wounding 100. Our loss was 25 killed and wounded. Among the latter is Capt. W. Yorger, who distinguished himself in the action. A special dispatch to the Mississippian from Grenada, yesterday, says: "While the Yankees were at Panola Friday Chalmers attacked the 20th Illinois cavalry, four miles south of Hernando, at daylight, killing, wounding, and capturing all but one company. " On Saturday night Chalmers was at Histabalen, with a Yankee force this side of him. Gen. George, with the State troops and McCullough, were four miles in rear of the enemy. The Yankees are beading North.
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