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ons, music bands, equestrian and other artists, and popular feats of strength, cleverness, pedestrianism, and gymnastics; public amusements, fireworks, dancing, &c. Upwards of 5,000 members of the German shooters' guilds are expected, besides odd hundred thousands of people in general from near and afar, Russians and Japanese Included. From Kentucky — Jack Morgan again, [Correspondence of the New York Times.] Louisville, July 12. --You know Jack Morgan has turned up again at Tompkinsville and Glasgow, and issued another manifesto against the "Hessian invader," "foreign hordes. " and "Northern tyrants." On the strength of "the late Richmond victory," he appears once more among us, to raise h — ll and turn up Jack." He fancies himself a greater than Ashby or "Stonewall." In fact, he has created quite a scare on the other side of Green river. But his doings so far seem to have been greatly exaggerated. However, it won't do to let him, Ferguson, Hamilton, Hunt, and their br
A Bowling Green dispatch says that a large rebel force, under Buckner, least Tompkinsville.
The Daily Dispatch: October 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], The repulse at Corinth — Incompetence of the commanders. (search)
Prison Items. --Col. Thos. J. Jordan, of the 9th Pennsylvania cavalry, who was detained from going North on the last flag of truce because charges had been preferred against him by the citizens of Sparta, Tenn., that he allowed his men to commit the most unheard of atrocities on the citizens of that place, was yesterday removed from the Libby prison and put in Castle Thunder, in company with four Yankees belonging to the 1st Maryland cavalry, who are charged with committing a willful murder on an unarmed citizen of the Valley of Virginia. Colonel Jordan was captured at Tompkinsville, Ky., on the 9th of July. Yesterday seventeen deserters were received into the Castle from the South, sent thither by Major Mallett. Among the other inhabitants there is Capt. Arnold Harris, a Yankee. The cage was empty last night, the city police having made no arrests.
The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1862., [Electronic resource], Election of a Lincoln Congressman in the Norfolk District. (search)
Capture of Tompkinsville, Ky. Chattanooga Dec. 27 --Parties from Murfreesboro' report that Morgan has taken Tompkinsville, Ky., and captured 1,200 prisoners and 100 head of cattle and sent them to Murfreesboro'. Capture of Tompkinsville, Ky. Chattanooga Dec. 27 --Parties from Murfreesboro' report that Morgan has taken Tompkinsville, Ky., and captured 1,200 prisoners and 100 head of cattle and sent them to Murfreesboro'.
The Yankees repulsed on the Cumberland. Chattanooga, May 5. --A heavy force of Yankees crossed the Cumberland at Celina, near the Kentucky line, under cover of artillery, and attacked Col. Hamilton's forces, who, interior in number, and without artillery, fell back to Hill's, where they made a stand, and after several hours' hard fighting repulsed the enemy, killing ten and wounding nineteen.--Our loss, two killed and three wounded. The Yankees, retreating through Celina, burned the place. Col. Hamilton pursued to Tompkinsville, Ky., and destroyed most of that place.
the President to receive negroes into the military service was then passed. On taking the question on the section giving freedom to the mother, wife, and children of negroes so employed by the Government, there was no quorum, and the Senate adjourned. A Federal Disaster. The New York Herald, of the 11th, says: Dispatches from Nashville, dated the 9th inst., report that four companies of the 9th Pennsylvania cavalry were surprised and cut up at daybreak on that morning at Tompkinsville, by a party of one thousand five hundred rebel cavalry, under Col. Stearns, who immediately pushed on with his command in the direction of Bowling Green. It was rumored that Col. Williams and Majors Browne and Jordan, on our side, were killed, but some doubts were entertained as to the fate of the former officer. From Fort Monroe. Fortress Monroe, July 8, P. M.--A. flag of truce was sent up York river yesterday, and returned this afternoon. At Cumberland they found 105 of
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