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The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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and fro, and all the transports had on a full head of steam. The effect of our firing could not be seen, but it must have proven quite an annoyance to the enemy. If our guns had shelled out the enemy while he was planting these batteries, as was recommended by the press, we would not now be troubled from them. So far as their shooting is concerned, there has been no damage done yet, though the shells all come within the city line. It will be very unfortunate for our citizens if General Pemberton enforces his order to remove the non-combatants peremptorily at this juncture. The unfortunate break in the railroad prevents exit by that route, while all other means of escape by the country roads is at present impossible. The interruption on the railroad will not interfere much with the marching of troops here, but there may be trouble in getting in supplies and in carrying away the non-combatants. The accident on Monday night was quite a serious affair, and caused two man to los
The Indianola not destroyed. Jackson, March 5. --To Gen. S. Cooper:--Gen. Stephenson, commanding at Vicksburg, telegraphs, March 4, as follows: "The Indianola is not destroyed. We are at work to raise her. One 11-inch gun was burst; the others are not injured. "[Signed] J. D. Pemberton, "Lieutenant-General."