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leading spirit among the Sitars clique at the Republican congressional cause on Monday evening. Steven is the Mephistopheles of the gang, and is playing in the House exactly the same factions, disorganizing, fault trading perverse and anti-administration game that the traitor Breckinridge so effectually played out in the Senate last session. Military affairs in Kentucky. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 10. --Gen. Zollicoller has not advanced north of the Cumberland river, as reported, Gen. Schoeff has with drawn to Sumerset, and there awaits rain forcements. From Western Virginia. The Wheeling Intelligencer, of the 9th in says: We learn from a gentlemen who arrived on Saturday from Cheat Mountain that there have been lively movements among the troops lately. Some have been sent to Kentucky, some to Gen. Kelly, and other regiments have been disposed of, so that there are not more than four regiments in all at Elkwater, the Summit, and at Huttonsville. Since the rebe
The Daily Dispatch: February 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], A Yanner Oddicial Staterment of the killed and wounded at Mill Sprise (search)
A Yanner Oddicial Staterment of the killed and wounded at Mill Sprise --Dr. W. W. Strew, of General Schoeff's brigade, gives the follwing report of lthe killed and woulded on both sider in the Mill Spring battle: Federals wounded 134 killed 36. Confederates brought into Federal quartera and wounds dressed, 74 killed and buried on the fild, 190.
Gen. Mitchell's whole command marched down to Munfordville from Bacon creek, and crossed over the railroad bridge, (which has been planked,) on Monday morning, and has advanced some miles on the turnpike to Bowling Green. The condition of the roads rendering and advance over the mountains south of the Cumberland via Monticello and Albany, into Tennessee, impracticable, the main body of General Thomas's division has been ordered to move via Danville and Lebanch, also towards Glasgow. General Schoeff's brigade is reported to have passed through Lebaron on its way south. It is expected to join General Nelson. General McCook's division has marching orders, and has probably assumed a position south of Green river before this time. Papers were captured at Fort Henry showing General Polk's force at Columbus to be only 12,000 effective men — the remainder being on the sink list or worthless. It is confidently believed by our officers that Kentucky will be cleared of the last of the reb