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The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1861., [Electronic resource], Federal reports from Southeastern Kentucky. (search)
movements of Gen. Floyd--withdrawal of Federal troops from Western Virginia--Yankee reports about the condition of Affairs in Richmond, &c. Nashville, Dec. 3. --A gentleman who has just arrived here from the army in Western Virginia says that the campaign in that region is virtually ended for the winter. The nature of the country, the want of forage and subsistence, and the condition of the roads, make any aggressive movement for the present, in his opinion, by either party, impracticable. Gen. Floyd has fallen back to a point within thirty miles of the Va. and East Tennessee Railroad. Gen. Loring still holds his position near Cheat Mountain. It has already been announced that the enemy has withdrawal six regiments from Western Virginia, and sent them to Kentucky. A special dispatch to the Chicago Tribune, dated at Washington on the 25th of November, says, that according to trustworthy private letters from Europe, the Red Republicans of Au
Federal gun-boats chased — capture of a lumber vessel, &c. Memphis, Dec. 3. --On Sunday last several Federal gun-boats came in sight of Columbus, Ky., and five of the Confederate gun-boats chased them several miles. No capture was effected. The Confederate steamer Grampus captured on Friday a lumber boat near Bird's Point, which had on board 175,000 feet of lumber. The Federals have sent twelve boats loads with troops from Paducah and Cairo to St. Louis.