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The Daily Dispatch: January 25, 1864., [Electronic resource], Affairs in the Valley — vandalism of the Yankees, &c. (search)
Meridian, Jan. 22 --Advices from Vicksburg report that the Mississippi is blockaded at Greenville and Milliken's Bend, by our batteries. Very few transports go down, and provisions have risen to exorbitantly high prices. The steamer Ben Franklin was taken to Vicksburg recently by a gunboat with her crew in irons. She was detected in crossing ordnance stores for the Confederates to the Louisiana shore. A fight occurred at Bovina, Warren county, a short time since, between negro troops and whites. The negroes killed a number of Yankees, when reinforcements arrived, charged the negroes, took their artillery, and opened on them with grape and canister. Several hundred Yankees killed.