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The Daily Dispatch: June 22, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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rly 1,000 at Cynthiana. A Union force of 1,500, in pursuit, arrived at Flemingsburg, six hours after they left. Forrest's recent Victories — the losses of Gen Sturgis. Memphis advices of the 14th contain further accounts of the defeat of Sturgis by Gen Forrest in Mississippi. A telegram says: The troops comprising Sturgis by Gen Forrest in Mississippi. A telegram says: The troops comprising the expedition were two brigades of cavalry under Grierson, and two brigades of infantry, the 1st Illinois light artillery, and two regiments of colored infantry, all under command of Gen. Sturgis. Citizens report that Kirby Smith was in command of the enemy, assisted by Forrest, Roddy, and Lee. Forrest is said to have started hisGen. Sturgis. Citizens report that Kirby Smith was in command of the enemy, assisted by Forrest, Roddy, and Lee. Forrest is said to have started his entire command for Georgia, but recalled them upon learning of the advance of our forces. Our troops (especially the colored regiments) are said to have fought with desperate valor, but of eighteen pieces of artillery four only were brought off. About one hundred wagons were taken, and the greater portion of our wounded tell int