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The Daily Dispatch: April 25, 1864., [Electronic resource], Additional particulars from the Plymouth fight. (search)
we had some wounded. Another slight skirmish occurred near Natchitoches on Wednesday without results. Chicago, April 20. --The Journal says that the day after the disaster to the 13th army corps Gen. Corse engaged and defeated the enemy, capturing two thousand prisoners and twenty cannon. Cairo, April 20 --Guerillas along the river declare that they will not allow Northern men to work on abandoned plantations. They recently made a raid on Tensas, La., capturing a lgroes and mules, killing Mr. Rollison and Mr. Matternalleth, after making them dig their own graves. Cincinnati, April 20 --A Cattleburg, Ky., despatch of the 19th, says, Capt. Patrick has arrived with one hundred prisoners, captured atCols Clay, Prentice and Maj. Johnson. Col. Clay was among the prisoners. Brig. Gen. Prince has been ordered to the command of the district of Cairo, Paducah and Columbus. New York, April 20. --Cotton firmer and higher. Gold, 1.67¾.