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The Daily Dispatch: February 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Havoc of the enemy among our steamboats.the Tennessee river Bridge not burnt.reported attack on Fort Donelson Memphis, Feb. 11. --There has been a heavy loss of steamboats on the Tennessee river, in consequence of the invasion by the Federal gun-boats Lexington, Conestoga, and Sam Orr. On Saturday the Appleton Belle and Lynn Bird, Confederate boats, were burnt by our troops at the month of Duck river. The Sam Kirkman, Julius, and Time, also Confederate boats, (the latter with $100,000 worth of Government stores,) were abandoned and burnt at Florence on Saturday. The steamer Dunbar was sunk in Cypress creek. The Eastport was sunk. The Cerro Gordo and Sallie Ward were the only Confederate boats captured by the Federal. The Robb escaped. The Federal gun-boats have left the river but were expected to return. They took twenty thousand pounds of salt pork from Florence, but refused to touch private property, not even cotton. Passenger trains on the Memphis and Cha