nce about the surrender of Munfordsville, Ky.
After the surrender of Munfordsville Bragg said to Col. Wilder, "Colonel, you are unfortunate in having, to surrendrs left in the brigade."
When the demand was made to surrender on Tuesday, Bragg represented that he had 60 pieces of artillery bearing upon the place.
Col. Wihe would surrender.
He was allowed to inspect the guns planted, and counted 72 Bragg called him "the — stubborn man he had ever seen." Colonel Wilder says Bragg allBragg allowed him to inspect the guns because he did not wish to waste ammunition.
After the first bloody repulse of Chalmers's brigade, that individual had the impertinailroad track is torn up in your rear, and you can't receive reinforcements.
Gen. Bragg's army is but a short distance in the rear.
Jas. R. Chalmers,
Brigadiventy-two pieces of artillery, said that Col. Wilder are in the mil. force of Gen. Bragg's army.
From Western Virginia.
teen miles the whole force about tw