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A report has reached here, which we believe perfectly reliable, that an engagement took place between the Confederate and Abolition forces on Monday between Corinth and Furdy, in towards the four-base river. Our information is that a cavalry force of the enemy, accompanied by a battery of six guns, sailed out from the river, when they were met by some of our cavalry who charged upon them when the Federals took to their heels, leaving their battery and a hundred horses-that fell into our hands.--Jackson (W. Tenn.) Whig, 18th.
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The captured at Kernstown. The following is understood to be a correct list of our men captured in the engagement on the 23d, near Winchester: First Lieut G. G. Junkin, Aide-de-camp to Gen. Jackson; First Lieut S. C. Williams, Aide-de-camp to Gen Garnett. Second Regiment--Nath Lawser, Samuel Nolan, B. C Washington, John W Addison, Jas W Overton, Wm Herfoot, George W Henson, Park Wooddey, George Miracle, Wm Barton, J B Bonham, C. E Bell, John W Legg, J. W. Dugan, R S Burwell. Fourth Regiment--John T McKee, Elliott Willis, E R Davis, John S Lvle, Benj Allen, Peter S Harris, J A Lucas, Jos McMurran, S S Caddell, S S Walthal, Sergeant T C Craig, J T Sowinger, M T Saunders, A B Ramsey, J W Woods, H & Paxton, Adjutant J H Lang Horne, 1st Lieut T J Boyd, Sergeant J D Gracam, Capt H K Morrison, 2d Lieut William Wade, 2d Lieut E C Barkins. Fifth Regiment--J W Matthews, Co H. Twenty first Regiment--W H Patterson, Second Lieutenant John B Witcher, D W Hawkins.
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The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The
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The Daily Dispatch: April 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Tazewell Militia. (search)
From the Stonewall Brigade. We have before us a private letter from a member of the Stonewall Brigade, which, however, contains little news. The letter is dated the 8th, and states that General Jackson's force is rapidly increasing, but that the enemy still outnumber him almost four to one. The writer says:-- "I saw two young men to-day who left Winchester a few days ago. They bring many interesting reports as to affairs there. The basements of the churches have been taken for cavalry stables, as also the market-house. The ladies show the Yankees no countenance, and there is little or no Union feeling there. No Yankees now infest Jefferson, and farming operations are going on briskly with the material left to conduct it."