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The Daily Dispatch: September 7, 1863., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
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ns has opened. Rumors are rife of various movements of rebel troops in our front, which a day or two will determine positively. Reported defeat of Gen. Sterline Price. A dispatch from St. Louis, dated the 2d inst., says: Gen. Steele telegraphs Gen. Schofield from Duvall's Bluff, Arkansas, dated Aug. 26th, that est accounts Gen. Glover's brigade was pushing the enemy towards Bayon Metaire. A dispatch from Pilot Knob says that deserters from Burbridge's command report Price's rebel forces as driven across the Arkansas river on the 29th; that the rebels were in full retreat, and that Gens. Steele and Davidson were in hot pursuit. Marmnd was completely routed and scattered. Little Rock is now within the grasp of the Federal army. [A telegraphic report, via Senatobia, of a victory by Gen. Price, and the Yankee accounts of a previous date admitted the defeat of Gen. Blount.--Eds.] Miscellaneous. About sixty heads of families have been ordered b
Victory in Arkansas--Confederate iron-clads — Plans of the enemy. Atlanta, Sept. 4. --A special dispatch to the Appeal, from Senatobia, says that Gen. Price had an engagement with the enemy 15 miles below Little Rock, and obtained a victory over the Yankees.--The Arkansas army had been rapidly reinforced. The Chicago Times, of the 29th, says that a Yankee messenger, lately sent to Europe, reports that six Confederate iron-clads are to raise the blockade of Charleston. Thirteen others are in a state of completion, with all the modern improvements, and appear designed to operate against the Yankee seaboard. Gen. Halleck excuses the present inactivity of the Union forces. He says they are waiting for the culmination of the siege of Charleston, and that in three weeks he will have full three corps, under Gen. Banks, to move on Mobile from Pascagoula.