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North Alabama

--At the last accounts the Federal had not crossed the Tennessee river. They had labelled the south side of the river at Whitesburg because they had been fired into at that place by some Confederates. The Federal force at Huntsville is reported to of fifteen regiments, infantry and cavalry, under command of Brigadier General Turshin, Col. Stanley, and the Tennessee and traitors, Bob Johnson, John B. Brownlow, and Jordan

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