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ntention to fight is merely to conceal his real weakness. Sherman's corps in Mississippi. A letter from Corinth states that the 15th army corps, under Maj.-Gen. Sherman, and one division of McPherson's 17th corps, had passed through there and advanced as fur as Tuscumbia, without meeting any material opposition. The Mobile and Ohio Road will soon be opened from Columbus to Corinth, and thence to Chattanooga with all possible dispatch. An expedition sent out in the direction of Holly Springs, consisting of the 7th Kansas and 3d Michigan cavalry, with other regiments, met the enemy in the vicinity of that place, where they had a severe engagement. The loss of the 7th Kansas was three killed and nine wounded, and the other regiments suffered in about the same proportion. The rebels lost nine left killed on the field and 100 prisoners, while our forces occupied the site of battle in undisturbed possession. Miscellaneous. Gen. Butler has been assigned to the command o
The Daily Dispatch: November 5, 1863., [Electronic resource], The recent engagement of General Chalmers in Mississippi. (search)
in Mississippi. A correspondent of the Atlanta Appeal, writing from Holly Springs, Miss., gives an account of the recent movements of Gen. Chalmers in that vicinforced by Richardson's command with six pieces of artillery, passed through Holly Springs Saturday last, en route (it was thought) for Colliersville, Tenn., on the M. Philips, with 3,000 cavalry and eight pieces of artillery, passed through Holly Springs in a full gallon. They came in on the Salem road and went out on the same rns. They also destroyed the little town of Tallapoosa, six miles west of Holly Springs, as they passed through it. On yesterday, from the cupola of the court-house in Holly Springs, the smoke of as many as fifteen or twenty fires could plainly be seen all along the route of their retreat, and it is believed not a single residt was greatly feared they would return this way and destroy what is left of Holly Springs, but they did not do it. It is said our soldiers, while at Colliersvil