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Big Creek Gap (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 3
From Cumberland Gap. --A correspondent of the Knoxville Register, writing from Cumberland Gap, on the 17th, says: We have reliable news here to-day that the enemy is advancing on this point with a force of ten regiments; also, a force has gone by the way of Big Creek Gap. The intention of this move we are not able to tell; but if they call on us we will give them a happy reception.
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From Cumberland Gap. --A correspondent of the Knoxville Register, writing from Cumberland Gap, on the 17th, says: We have reliable news here to-day that the enemy is advancing on this point with a force of ten regiments; also, a force has gone by the way of Big Creek Gap. The intention of this move we are not able to tell; but if they call on us we will give them a happy reception. From Cumberland Gap. --A correspondent of the Knoxville Register, writing from Cumberland Gap, on the 17th, says: We have reliable news here to-day that the enemy is advancing on this point with a force of ten regiments; also, a force has gone by the way of Big Creek Gap. The intention of this move we are not able to tell; but if they call on us we will give them a happy reception.
From Cumberland Gap. --A correspondent of the Knoxville Register, writing from Cumberland Gap, on the 17th, says: We have reliable news here to-day that the enemy is advancing on this point with a force of ten regiments; also, a force has gone by the way of Big Creek Gap. The intention of this move we are not able to tell; but if they call on us we will give them a happy reception.