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Gen. Pillow's chain Cable.--Parson Brownlow says:--Previous to Gen. Pillow being superseded by Bishop Polk, he went to New Orleans and procured a huge chain cable, costing him $25,000, and brought it to Memphis to blockade the river, by stretching it over and resting it upon buoys. The cable, carriage, and work, cost about $30,000. The first big tide that came, bringing down the usual amount of trees, logs, and drift wood, swept the cable and its supporters, as any flat-boat captain would have informed the Confederate authorities would certainly be the case. --N. Y. Commercial, Aug. 3.
despatch to the Memphis papers of the 2d December, gives an account of a great battle at Morristown, in East Tennessee, between the Federal forces, under Parson Brownlow, and a rebel force sent in pursuit of him. The battle was fought on the 1st of December, in which Parson Brownlow was completely victorious. The rebel despatch ownlow, and a rebel force sent in pursuit of him. The battle was fought on the 1st of December, in which Parson Brownlow was completely victorious. The rebel despatch calls it the first Union victory of the war. Brownlow had three thousand men. The rebel force was not ascertained, but their rout is admitted to have been total. ownlow, and a rebel force sent in pursuit of him. The battle was fought on the 1st of December, in which Parson Brownlow was completely victorious. The rebel despatch calls it the first Union victory of the war. Brownlow had three thousand men. The rebel force was not ascertained, but their rout is admitted to have been total.