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, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 1
ed and Wachita rivers as a line of defence, the enemy have now their old work to do over again — to drive us from Northern Missouri. Price has taken Jeff. Thompson's old racing ground, leading from Clarendon, in Arkansas, to Batesville and Pilot Knob, in Missouri. He attacked Pilot Knob and Shepherd mountain in a way quite unexpected by them, cutting all communication with St. Louis, and attacked the garrison in its rear. He pursued the affrighted Ewing towards Rolla, and compelled him toPilot Knob and Shepherd mountain in a way quite unexpected by them, cutting all communication with St. Louis, and attacked the garrison in its rear. He pursued the affrighted Ewing towards Rolla, and compelled him to give the order to his men to scatter and save themselves. Then turning his course towards the Osage river, he burned the bridge over the Gasconade and marched toward the Osage river, which he struck at Castle Rock. Here a battle was fought; and latest Northern accounts say that Price has forced the passage of the Osage in spite of the opposition of the Federal troops, and now demands the surrender of Jefferson City, the capital of the State, and it was feared the garrison would be compelled t
Galax (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Carthage of the South. The following dispatch was received from General Lee last night: "Headquarter army of Northern Virginia,"October 13, 1864. A. Seddon, Secretary of War: "At seven o'clock this morning the enemy to advance between the Darbytown and City roads, but was repulsed in every attempt. The most strenuous effort was made about P. M., after which he withdrew, leaving many Our less very slight. "General Breckinridge reports that a force of the came to Greenville on the 12th, and was by General Vaughan. Some prisoners, two of colors, many horses and arms, were captured. The enemy lost many killed and wounded. our less slight. R. E. Lee, General." From the James river Fleet. A few days ago a letter was captured, saying that our gunboats were very trouble some to the enemy on the Southside and about Dutch Gap, and asking Grant to set his torpedo men to work. We have also information that the enemy are preparing an expedition f
Bermuda Hundred (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
hough he is still weak from his confinement with his wound.--We can ill spare him from the field, and his command will gladly welcome him back. From Petersburg. The Express says that, on Tuesday, the enemy made a heavy demonstration in front of the Chesterfield lines to cover a feint elsewhere. All Tuesday night, the enemy were busily engaged in moving forces across his pontoon bridges to the north side of James river. This, taken in connection with the demonstration from Bermuda Hundred, looks as if work were in tended shortly on the north side. The heaviest mortar shelling of the siege occurred on Tuesday night. It continued several hours. It appears that our mortar shelling is much more precise than that of the enemy, our shells frequently falling into their trenches. From the Valley. Passengers by last night's Central train state that the enemy were, at last accounts, at the old battle ground of Fisher's Hill, Still retreating towards Winchester.
Edinburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
in tended shortly on the north side. The heaviest mortar shelling of the siege occurred on Tuesday night. It continued several hours. It appears that our mortar shelling is much more precise than that of the enemy, our shells frequently falling into their trenches. From the Valley. Passengers by last night's Central train state that the enemy were, at last accounts, at the old battle ground of Fisher's Hill, Still retreating towards Winchester. Our less in the affair at Edinburg is stated to have been between three and four hundred. It is also stated that we have since recaptured all of our artillery with the exception of three pieces. It appears that Sheridan has smuggled through an official dispatch to Washington, swelling this affair into tremendous proportions, and boasting of having captured the headquarter wagons of every cavalry officer, general and regimental, in the Valley. From Georgia. Sherman has at last arrived and taken command of h
Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
force of the came to Greenville on the 12th, and was by General Vaughan. Some prisoners, two of colors, many horses and arms, were captured. The enemy lost many killed and wounded. our less slight. R. E. Lee, General." From the James river Fleet. A few days ago a letter was captured, saying that our gunboats were very trouble some to the enemy on the Southside and about Dutch Gap, and asking Grant to set his torpedo men to work. We have also information that the enemy as says that, on Tuesday, the enemy made a heavy demonstration in front of the Chesterfield lines to cover a feint elsewhere. All Tuesday night, the enemy were busily engaged in moving forces across his pontoon bridges to the north side of James river. This, taken in connection with the demonstration from Bermuda Hundred, looks as if work were in tended shortly on the north side. The heaviest mortar shelling of the siege occurred on Tuesday night. It continued several hours. It appea
Fishers Hill (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
in connection with the demonstration from Bermuda Hundred, looks as if work were in tended shortly on the north side. The heaviest mortar shelling of the siege occurred on Tuesday night. It continued several hours. It appears that our mortar shelling is much more precise than that of the enemy, our shells frequently falling into their trenches. From the Valley. Passengers by last night's Central train state that the enemy were, at last accounts, at the old battle ground of Fisher's Hill, Still retreating towards Winchester. Our less in the affair at Edinburg is stated to have been between three and four hundred. It is also stated that we have since recaptured all of our artillery with the exception of three pieces. It appears that Sheridan has smuggled through an official dispatch to Washington, swelling this affair into tremendous proportions, and boasting of having captured the headquarter wagons of every cavalry officer, general and regimental, in the
Red River (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 1
losely that he has no time to betake himself to his hole and back down for a fight. The old hero's heart is in his work. He is fighting again on his own broad lands and his own flowery prairies. It is the father fighting for the homes of his children, and his sons are following their sire, for Shelby, Marmaduke and Clarke are there, while Cooper and "Bill Anderson" are swelling the train. The enemy attribute the commencement of their misfortunes to the scandalous defeat of Banks on Red river last spring. Since that time we have crossed the Red, the Arkansas, the White, and now the Missouri river; so that, instead of having the Red and Wachita rivers as a line of defence, the enemy have now their old work to do over again — to drive us from Northern Missouri. Price has taken Jeff. Thompson's old racing ground, leading from Clarendon, in Arkansas, to Batesville and Pilot Knob, in Missouri. He attacked Pilot Knob and Shepherd mountain in a way quite unexpected by them, cut
Shepherd Mountain (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 1
tunes to the scandalous defeat of Banks on Red river last spring. Since that time we have crossed the Red, the Arkansas, the White, and now the Missouri river; so that, instead of having the Red and Wachita rivers as a line of defence, the enemy have now their old work to do over again — to drive us from Northern Missouri. Price has taken Jeff. Thompson's old racing ground, leading from Clarendon, in Arkansas, to Batesville and Pilot Knob, in Missouri. He attacked Pilot Knob and Shepherd mountain in a way quite unexpected by them, cutting all communication with St. Louis, and attacked the garrison in its rear. He pursued the affrighted Ewing towards Rolla, and compelled him to give the order to his men to scatter and save themselves. Then turning his course towards the Osage river, he burned the bridge over the Gasconade and marched toward the Osage river, which he struck at Castle Rock. Here a battle was fought; and latest Northern accounts say that Price has forced the pas
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 1
ransports. Many were scalded and burnt to death. The boats had gone down the river. From Missouri. There is no little chagrin and howling over the dashing and determined operations of General Price in Missouri. He has started the fox from his covert, and presses him so closely that he has no time to betake himself to his hole and back down for a fight. The old hero's heart is in his ws a line of defence, the enemy have now their old work to do over again — to drive us from Northern Missouri. Price has taken Jeff. Thompson's old racing ground, leading from Clarendon, in Arkansas, to Batesville and Pilot Knob, in Missouri. He attacked Pilot Knob and Shepherd mountain in a way quite unexpected by them, cutting all communication with St. Louis, and attacked the garrison in andoned their position without firing a shot. This is a very probable story, for the people of Missouri prefer Price to any Yankee leader; and no doubt they went over to him. Major Wilson, of th
Ouachita (United States) (search for this): article 1
d lands and his own flowery prairies. It is the father fighting for the homes of his children, and his sons are following their sire, for Shelby, Marmaduke and Clarke are there, while Cooper and "Bill Anderson" are swelling the train. The enemy attribute the commencement of their misfortunes to the scandalous defeat of Banks on Red river last spring. Since that time we have crossed the Red, the Arkansas, the White, and now the Missouri river; so that, instead of having the Red and Wachita rivers as a line of defence, the enemy have now their old work to do over again — to drive us from Northern Missouri. Price has taken Jeff. Thompson's old racing ground, leading from Clarendon, in Arkansas, to Batesville and Pilot Knob, in Missouri. He attacked Pilot Knob and Shepherd mountain in a way quite unexpected by them, cutting all communication with St. Louis, and attacked the garrison in its rear. He pursued the affrighted Ewing towards Rolla, and compelled him to give the orde
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