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The Daily Dispatch: November 26, 1863., [Electronic resource], Confederate guerillas Hovering around Nashville. (search)
the Yankees call our detached cavalry, in the neighborhood of Nashville: Hawkins's scouts have captured another sutlers' train on the Murfreesboro' pike, and, ing the pickets and bringing off captures in safety. The Yankees attacked Hawkins and his men while firing a bridge on the Northwestern Railroad, but the bridge was burned, Hawkins losing but three men. Stokes's cavalry and Peters's East Tennessee cavalry are in Hickman county, swearing terrible vengeance on Hawkins, oHawkins, of Wheeler's mounted scouts. He attacked the armed negroes on the Northwestern road, killing thirteen, and wounding a number. Hawkins's men ambushed the command seaHawkins's men ambushed the command searching for him, but an accidental shot sprung the ambush and provoked an uneven fight, in which Hawkins lost two men killed and eight prisoners. He is recruiting rapHawkins lost two men killed and eight prisoners. He is recruiting rapidly and has been joined by Jack Hinton. Capt. Ray, of Hawgins's scouts, and Jack Thompson, the guerilla, both Kentuckian, had a fray, in which the latter was k