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orks. Then, if not before, will come the tug of war. Strange to say, nobody yet fears him, and what may be stranger still to him, he may possibly find the recoil so much stronger than the first report that he will "fly the track." Our Generals are not idle. Eyes are watching every Federal movement, and reports come from the other side of the lines with on even regularity. We know, for instance, that Gen. Sigel has just landed at Pittsburg with twenty thousand troops; that star-gazing Mitchell is on his way, and that other reinforcements will augment the Federal army to a strength of about ninety thousand. More men than this I do not believe they can muster into service, and if these stay where they are ten days longer, fifteen thousand sick will be subtracted from the above sum total. The health of our army is, on the contrary improving. Well's lately bored are supplying pure water, vegetables are beginning to come in from the surrounding cities, and with these changes in
The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource], Captain Charlton Morgan and Maj. Md. Mitchell Exchanged. (search)
to the house of a friend in Huntsville to be taken care of, was captured when Mitchell entered the place, and was released on parole. We have already published the fact that Col. John H. an captured Maj Mitchell, son of the General, at Pulaski, Tenn., and released him on parole. We learn from some of the Colonel's squadron, that, when he released young Mitchell, he gave or offered him $500 to take him wherever he might desire to go. Letiers captured with one of General Mitchell's couriers General Mitchell's couriers by two boys, one 18, the other 16 years old, between Huntsville and Nashville, disclose the fact that young Mitchell went to Huntsville bearing Col. Morgan's complimeMitchell went to Huntsville bearing Col. Morgan's compliments to his father. A gentleman from Huntsville says Gen. M. took his son around to Capt. Charlton Morgan's quarters and introduced him, remarked to the Captain, "I wount of money you may need." We understand the exchange has been effected. Gen. Mitchell could well afford to be magnanimous with Col. Morgan's example before him.-
W H Kenningham, in arm; Lieutenant A Blair, do; Corporal H W Furcron, head; Privates L R Smith, killed, and buried on the field; N F Wheat, wounded in hand; G W Mitchell, --. Company G.--Lieutenant Shell, wounded, seriously; First Sergeant Ball, in foot; Fourth Sergeant Robert Tyree, killed, and brought off; Privates Charl Chas Droughty, Wm T Pride, T J Varner, H D Hodnett, B R McGerity, T J Roberts. Slightly wounded: R S McFarland, J W Campbell, J S Drakeford, John McBride, Wm H Mitchell, R A Peterson, J S Robinson, C W Tats F M Franum. Missing: B H Keisar, A S Keisar, W H Henifee, S H Pon. Company D, Southern Rifles--Killed: Thos Stinson, han S Gray; company H, none; company I, none; company K, none. Total 4. Wounded: Corp'l J T Sherwood, J N Wooten, T B Harrolson, of company A, flesh wounds; W W Mitchell, company B, in the head, probably mortally; John Renfroe, F M Pierce, and T J King, company C, slight wounds; W J Alles, Lieut J W Neely, and John Yarbrough, com
The Yankees Selling Negroes. --Some weeks ago a portion of General Mitchell's command was stationed at Larkinsville, a small town in Jackson county, Ala., on the Memphis Railroad. While there they pillaged the country as they are accustomed to do everywhere, and of course took and employed as many contrabands as they wanted, and kept them as long as they pleased. But the hypocritical cant of the enemy was most glaringly exhibited, in that after they were done with the negroes, instead of sending them to their owner or taking them away with them, they put them up at auction and sold them. The Yankees bid on them, but they were careful to let them be knocked off to residents who generally were the former owners, or the friends of the former owners.