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Doc. 67.-expedition into Alabama. Operations of the Fifteenth army corps. Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 12, 1864. on the twenty-fifth of last month, the pontoons which had been in Mud Creek were ferried down the Tennessee, to Larkins Ferry, by the Eighth Missouri. The construction of a pontoon-bridge was at once commenced under the superintendence of Captain Jenny, Engineer of General Sherman's staff. By nine o'clock of the twenty-sixth the bridge was completed, the work having been don
Officers who were in East-Tennessee, state that the loyalty of that part of Alabama is as genuine and reliable as any they obtained knowledge of in East-Tennessee.
There is no whining about slavery and abolitionists, such as one hears in Nashville; no ifs or buts; they are for the old Union.
Men who had lived in the mountains two years to avoid rebel service, came in and asked to be mustered as soldiers in the Federal army.
One Alabamian, McCurdy, during the expedition, made up a compa