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The Daily Dispatch: October 14, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Serious Accident. --About five o'clock yesterday afternoon a youth about fifteen years of age, named Watkins Adams, son of Mitchell Adams, of the day police, was run over by a heavily-laden wagon, on 17th street, and severely injured. He was taken to his father's residence, on the corner of 17th and Clay streets, and placed under proper medical treatment.
erman, it is supposed, continued — to Meridian, Polk retired — in what direction, we are not informed. It is inferred that the portion of the enemy's forces at Meridian turned southwardly immediately afterwards to join the other column at Shubuta, and thence it was the plan for the entire body to proceed to Mobile. The enemy in his march was annoyed much in his flanks by a body of cavalry under Gen. Lee, (S. D) and was also smartly attacked by a small body of Confederate forces under Gen. Adams. He was marching without a train, relying upon several days' cooked rations in haversacks and supplies to be brought up by railroad trains, our troops not having destroyed the railroad from Jackson when they retired. Whether he will be allowed to get such supplies, or whether or no we have forces sufficient to interrupt them remains to be seen. Meridian is thirty-eight miles from Shubuts, and one hundred and thirty-four from Mobile. As it was evident from the preparation made by th