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n the wildest disorder in the direction of Jackson and Trenton, Tenn. Among the prisoners was Col. Robert G. Ingersoll, the cations at Jackson, and then moved rapidly on Humboldt and Trenton. The gallant Col. J. W. Starnes, Fourth Tennessee, was sed railroad bridge. Colonel Biffle was sent to the rear of Trenton, while Forrest took Maj. N. N. Cox's Second battalion Tenn, and Freeman's Tennessee battery, and made a bold dash at Trenton, which he captured after a brief engagement, taking over 7 the bridge in his rear, and was not again heard of. At Trenton the Eighth Tennessee completed its armament with improved ured and paroled 150 Federal prisoners within six miles of Trenton. Forrest reported a loss of 60 killed and wounded and 122ces wherever located. On the 22d of March, Forrest was at Trenton. On the following day he detached the Seventh Tennessee, ssee regiment, who in December, 1862, had been captured at Trenton, after some parleying and skirmishing, surrendered to Duck