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The Daily Dispatch: April 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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lowing statement from Sergeant Moore, of the 21st Regiment Tennessee Volunteers. On sunday afternoon, while Cols. Pickett and Jackson--whose commands were distinct — were taking a ride, it was a greed that Col. J. would picket on the road leading to Hickman, which. however, was neglected, whether by Col. Jackson or his officers is not known. Neither was that road scouted on sunday, or that night or the next morning. The consequence was that on Monday morning the enemy came in on the Richman road, and not being fired upon, they crossed over to the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, and surrounded the pickets of the 21st regiment Lieut. Sage in command. The pickets fired upon them, but without effect. As far as known, thirty-two men, including Lieut, Fitte, were captured. Firing about the cavalry camp being a usual thing, notwithstanding a general order to the contrary, no notice was taken of the firing of the pickets. About ten minutes afterwards the enemy planted their guns in