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Shameful. --Gen. Jackson advertises in the Mississippian 241 members of the 4th Mississippi cavalry as "having disgraced themselves by basely and cowardly deserting their posts, at a time when their services were most needed" Among them are eighteen non-commissioned officers and two Lieutenants.
Life members. --Mrs. Gen. T. J. Jackson, and her little daughter, have been constituted life members of the Missionary Society of the Methodist Church.
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at the news of the capitulation reached General Johnston, then in bivouac on the Big Black.--Had Grant been the enterprising General he has the credit for, it was in his power, easily, to have flanked Johnston, and thrown himself between him and Jackson. Had he done so, Johnston is army would have been cut off and lost. It was to prevent this that the latter made a forced march to Jackson. Grant's slow movement enabled him to reach the position and rest two days before the enemy arrived. to retire over the road which he came, it is difficult to perceive how he can escape perishing. Let us hope for the best, and pray God to vouchsafe us a victory at so important a point. It does not yet appear whether Grant is in person before Jackson, nor in what force the enemy are. Perhaps before these lines are in print, all these points will be cleared up. An officer down the Mobile and Ohio Road reports that twenty transports, with a portion of Grant's troops, west up the Mississip