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The Daily Dispatch: April 26, 1864., [Electronic resource], The French squadron below City Point — Mysterious movements. (search)
From the Southwest. Dalton, April 25. --A lady, who came through the lines to-day, reports that Forrest attacked Grierson at Decatur, Tenn, killing Grierson and capturing a large number of prisoners. Gen. Wheeler had a general review of his cavalry to-day, which was witnessed by a large number of General officers.
rts that reach us we have no reason to believe that Forrest has as yet removed his headquarters from Jackson. Since Forrest's late operations, much larger numbers of refugees are flocking northwards than at any previoort Pillow fight: The combined forces of Major Gen. Forrest, Chalmers, McCulloch and Porter, numbering seed exceeds two hundred. He also stated that Gen. Forrest shot one of his own men for refusing quarters to It presently returned with a communication from Gen. Forrest, saying that a large number of our wounded were skulls,&c, I am sick and can write no more. Gen. Forrest's Capture of Paducah. A correspondent of the Mobile Advertiser writes from Forrest's expedition an account of the fight at Paducah, which is the first Soutner's regiment, under Gen. Buford pushed on with Gen. Forrest rapidly to Paducah, which place was reached abougunners were picked off at one gun on the fort. Gen. Forrest's escort encountered one of the gunboats and kil