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From Mississippi — movements and Plause the enemy. Jackson, April 29 --Dispatches from Grenade to-day represent all quiet in that direction and along the entire front, from Memphis to Lafayette. The Memphis, Byhalia and four other gunboats have passed Grand Gulf. One gunboat is below that point, shelling both ways, The fitting is heavy, and is board here distinctly. The enemy last evening burnt the Union Church on the Natches and road. Capt. Cleve land, with 100 men from Col Wirt Adam's cavalry, has been skirmishing with the enemy some hours. The Yankee force has not been ascertained. They have four please of artillery, and are probably making towards Matches. The Appeal says that Gen. Smith, commanding at Lagrange, states that be will unite the force at Lagrange Jackson Tenn, Bolivar and Corinth, and advance 20,000 men to Meridian and Mobile necessitating the evacuation of Vicksburg.
The Daily Dispatch: May 1, 1863., [Electronic resource], From Northwestern Virginia--movements of Gen. Imboden. (search)
Northern Accounts and Comments. Jackson, April 29. --Northern papers received here are full of bloody accounts — tyranny and anarchy hand in hand. A dispatch dated Memphis 21st, says "Warrenton" is session of the Federal. Movements are such as to lead correspondents to believe that Grant will capture Vicksburg in a few days. The number of sick arriving at Cincinnati from Tennessee is increasing. The hospitals are full. Burnside's advance has reached Cumberland Gap, with the intention of penetrating into East Tennessee. It is now definitely known that Marshall, Breckinridge, and Pegram have fallen back to Knoxville, where Stonewall Jackson is in command of the rebel forces.
The engagement at Grand Gulf, miles. Jackson, April 29. --To General 8. Cooper.--Six gunboats, guns each, opened a torrid fire upon our batteries at Grand Gulf at 7 o'clock A, M, and continued without later mission for six hours and a half, when they withdrew. --Several boats were apparently damaged, one disabled, and now lying on the Louisiana shore below. Our loss is three killed including Colonel Wade, General Bowen's chief of artillery. Twelve or fifteen wounded. Repairs are being made, expecting a renewal of the attack to morrow Transports loaded with troops are in sight, but inactive. (Signed) J. C. Pemberton. Lieutenant-General Commanding.
From New Orleans. Jackson, April 29. --Passengers who left New Orleans on Thursday state that the police regulations are more stringent than heretofore. The coffee-houses are required to be closed at dark, and citizens are not allowed to go out after 9 o'clock P. M. Frech officers are drilling and arming the negroes from the coast Banks has taken Elesandria.