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Police Court--August 8th --Recorder Caskie presiding. W. N. Sanderson, charged with abusing and threatening to kill Geo. Meyer, was required to give $200 security for his future good behavior. Tobias Thomas and Rosser Goheen were fined — the first $10 and the latter $20--for huckstering in the markets. The articles bought by the parties in each case were ordered to be confiscated. --Charles Oak, imprisoned for three weeks past on the charge of stealing $75 from Ann Disney, underwent an examination, and the testimony pointing to him as the abductor of Disney's funds, he was remanded to the August and George each fined $5 for violating the health or ance--Da Keyser, free negro, without papers, was committed.--Mary Johnson, a free negress, was charged by Caleb Couner with stealing a lot of wearing apparel owned by him. He also charged her with poisoning milk sold by her to customers. The Recorder deemed the first charge sustained, and ordered 39 lashes to be bestowed on Mary J
Destruction of the "Arkansas,"the capture of Baton RougeGen Breckinridge's dispatches. Mobile, Aug. 8--A special dispatch to the Advertise and Register dated Jackson, to-day, says! Gen. Van-Dorn permits me to copy the following dispatches: "Amite River, Aug. 6.--About one o'clock this morning the Federal gunboats attacked the Confederate ram Arkansas. Messengers inform me that she fought them well for sometime, inflicting great damage. She was then blown up by her crow. The messenger thinks they all escaped. "(Signed) John C. Breckinridge." "Collet's River, ten miles from Baton Rouge, Aug. 6--We occupied the whole of the town and the battle field till evening, but no decisive result was gained after my last dispatch. There being no water between here and the Mississippi river come with her machinery injured five miles above the town all day yesterday. Her commander sent me word last evening that he would try to get her up the river, and asks if it be po
Knoxville, Aug. 7.--A dispatch this morning from Brigadier General Stevenson states that after a gallant action of four hours yesterday, hear Tazewell, the enemy were repulsed with great slaughter, and is in full retreat. A courtier reports that a battery of four guns was taken after our men were twice repulsed, with the loss of one hundred and nine men. Gen. Burton has succeeded in gaining the enemy's rear. General Stevenson, being reinforced, flanked Bowen's command, capturing the "Federal Army of East Tennessee." The murderer of Gen. Caswell w. night. [This is Morgan's army which was defeated. I was supposed to have numbered about 9,000 [Third Dispatch.] Chattanooga, Aug. 8.--There are rumors of a battle between Stevenson's brigade and 4,000 Federal near Tazewell, 12 miles from Cumberland Gap. On Tuesday, Vaughan's 30th Tennessee regiment whipped B'rd's renegade Tennessee regiment at Big Creek Gap. The Confederate loss was 12; Bird's loss, 100.
The Daily Dispatch: August 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], The enemy's Raid upon Frederick Hall. (search)
Running the blockade--Federal troops to be Withdrawn from Memphis, &c. Mobile, Aug. 8. A schooner from Havana ran the blockade yesterday morning. Her cargo consists of powder, lead, caps, salt, coffee, cavalry bres and soap. A special dispatch to the Tribune states that persons from Memphis say that twenty transports from below and forty-from above have arrived there. It is believed that the city is to be evacuated, and most of the troops there sent to other points, leaving a mere garrison behind. The Chicago Times says that not three hundred recruits have been enlisted in that city. There were 50,000 persons in attendance at the Democratic Convention which met at Indians polls on the 30th ult. It was the largest Convention ever held in the State. Ex-Gov. Hendricks presided.