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The Daily Dispatch: October 3, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 30, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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being pushed in the Mississippi valley under the new regime, and will conspire to string then still firmer the confidence of the people in their new leader. He is in earnest about the work to which he has put his hands, and evidently appreciates the magnitude of the responsibility resting upon his shoulders. Tennessee traitors in Kentucky. A gentleman who returned from Kentucky on the 25th, gives information to the Chattanooga Advertiser that while at Camp Dick Robinson, he saw Dan. Trewhitt, Major, and a Mr. Spears. Lieut. Colonel, in a Lincoln regiment. There were also in the camp Messrs. Andy Johnson, Cleveland, Gains, and about 1,600 other East Tennessee traitors. He found at this camp about 8,000 Kentuckians, all of whom were well armed and equipped, and who spoke confidently of visiting Tennessee in a few days with fire and sword. He also states that they have spies in Tennessee, and a regular Chale of communication exists between East Tennessee and their camp.
Stampede among the Tories. Our town has been under martial law and our streets thronged with soldiers for nearly two weeks past, which has had quite a salutary influence on the Lincolnites in the upper end of this county. Col. Clift, the Tory leader of Soddy, who had marshaled his motley clan to the fine of some five or six hundred ragamuffins and outlaws, with the avowed purpose of joining Dan. Trewhitt and his East Tennessee renegades at Jamestown, and marching from thence upon Chattanooga, after covering himself with glory in many prospective battles, upon hearing of the near approach of a detachment of an Alabama regiment, thought it prudent to disband his gallant followers and go home. The pugnacious Colonel and his motley crew all reached their homes in safety, save about fifteen of the less fortunate, whom our boys picked up and brought into camp at Chattanooga. Some of them have been discharged upon taking the oath and giving bond and security for their good behavior