Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: January 13, 1862., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for May or search for May in all documents.

Your search returned 1 result in 1 document section:

Federals have nearly finished the Green river bridge. It was reported by a gentleman just returned from Cave City that the Federals had begun to erect fortifications on the ground where Col. Terry fell. This is not very probable. Dispersion of Dutch Cavalry. It was rumored in Hopkinsville, a few days ago that six hundred Dutch cavalry were in Crittenden county, on their way to Princeton. Two companies of Col. Forrest's famous cavalry, under the commands of Capts. Overton and May, were promptly dispatched in pursuit of them. They, however, were unable to overhaul the flop-eared thieves.--Scenting danger from afar, the vile robbers betook themselves to their mountain fastnesses, and thus escaped the punishment which their villainies so justly merit. Infamous Yankee outrages. Since the signal defeat of the Lincolnites at Sacramento, the troops at Calhoun have been perpetrating every species of outrage that their cowardly hearts could plan or their Yankee ingen