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The Daily Dispatch: April 1, 1864., [Electronic resource], A Federal Summary of the strength and Probable latentions of the rebels. (search)
rtion of a large force which had destined to invade the North, and co-operate with another portion it or near . An intelligent prisoner, who was brought in the other day, said there would be — to pay in the North before summer, and hinted that Gen. Buckner, with a force of 10,000 gunboat men, would move into Kentucky through Brand Gap, and that Morgan, with similar force would move through Northern Alabama and West Tennessee, and into Kentucky, the two chiefs effecting a meeting somewhere in the this is done, Morgan, especially, will destroy a large amount of and private property, and will no doubt cross the Louisiana and Nashville Railroad at Suldrough's Hill, make or faint as Louisville, and quickly and quietly form a junction with Buckner. As to what the intentions of Joe Johnston are, on all probability he does not know himself. In any opinion, he will himself to the Morgan of his sight. He cannot move upon us, and an attempt to would Joe Johnston's army have to me