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Glade Spring, Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 25
--The telegraph operators captured by the Federals in East Tennessee were Jno. M. Crowley, of Richmond, Superintendent of the Chattanooga line, and C. K. Nelson and Ed. Montgomery, from Lynchburg. The Lynchburg Republican, of yesterday, says: Burnside's forces are reported in possession of Jonesboro, but we have no information as to the number. We have a force this side, but it is not prudent to state how many. The train that left here on Saturday last did not go farther than Glade Spring. It was not thought safe, in consequence of the excited state of the population of Bristol, who were fleeing to every direction from the expected advance of the enemy. On Sunday the train went through to the terminus of the road, and will continue to ran as usual for the present. On Saturday the East Tennessee train was on its way to Bristol when a fire was opened upon it at Center's Depot, twenty miles west of Bristol. All steam was put on, and the succeeded in getting into Bristol
Jonesboro (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 25
From Tennessee. --The telegraph operators captured by the Federals in East Tennessee were Jno. M. Crowley, of Richmond, Superintendent of the Chattanooga line, and C. K. Nelson and Ed. Montgomery, from Lynchburg. The Lynchburg Republican, of yesterday, says: Burnside's forces are reported in possession of Jonesboro, but we have no information as to the number. We have a force this side, but it is not prudent to state how many. The train that left here on Saturday last did not go farther than Glade Spring. It was not thought safe, in consequence of the excited state of the population of Bristol, who were fleeing to every direction from the expected advance of the enemy. On Sunday the train went through to the terminus of the road, and will continue to ran as usual for the present. On Saturday the East Tennessee train was on its way to Bristol when a fire was opened upon it at Center's Depot, twenty miles west of Bristol. All steam was put on, and the succeeded in g
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 25
From Tennessee. --The telegraph operators captured by the Federals in East Tennessee were Jno. M. Crowley, of Richmond, Superintendent of the Chattanooga line, and C. K. Nelson and Ed. Montgomery, from Lynchburg. The Lynchburg Republican, of yesterday, says: Burnside's forces are reported in possession of Jonesboro, buEast Tennessee were Jno. M. Crowley, of Richmond, Superintendent of the Chattanooga line, and C. K. Nelson and Ed. Montgomery, from Lynchburg. The Lynchburg Republican, of yesterday, says: Burnside's forces are reported in possession of Jonesboro, but we have no information as to the number. We have a force this side, but it is not prudent to state how many. The train that left here on Saturday last did not go farther than Glade Spring. It was not thought safe, in consequence of the excited state of the population of Bristol, who were fleeing to every direction from the exected advance of the enemy. On Sunday the train went through to the terminus of the road, and will continue to ran as usual for the present. On Saturday the East Tennessee train was on its way to Bristol when a fire was opened upon it at Center's Depot, twenty miles west of Bristol. All steam was put on, and the succeeded in
C. K. Nelson (search for this): article 25
From Tennessee. --The telegraph operators captured by the Federals in East Tennessee were Jno. M. Crowley, of Richmond, Superintendent of the Chattanooga line, and C. K. Nelson and Ed. Montgomery, from Lynchburg. The Lynchburg Republican, of yesterday, says: Burnside's forces are reported in possession of Jonesboro, but we have no information as to the number. We have a force this side, but it is not prudent to state how many. The train that left here on Saturday last did not go farther than Glade Spring. It was not thought safe, in consequence of the excited state of the population of Bristol, who were fleeing to every direction from the expected advance of the enemy. On Sunday the train went through to the terminus of the road, and will continue to ran as usual for the present. On Saturday the East Tennessee train was on its way to Bristol when a fire was opened upon it at Center's Depot, twenty miles west of Bristol. All steam was put on, and the succeeded in ge
Edward Montgomery (search for this): article 25
From Tennessee. --The telegraph operators captured by the Federals in East Tennessee were Jno. M. Crowley, of Richmond, Superintendent of the Chattanooga line, and C. K. Nelson and Ed. Montgomery, from Lynchburg. The Lynchburg Republican, of yesterday, says: Burnside's forces are reported in possession of Jonesboro, but we have no information as to the number. We have a force this side, but it is not prudent to state how many. The train that left here on Saturday last did not go farther than Glade Spring. It was not thought safe, in consequence of the excited state of the population of Bristol, who were fleeing to every direction from the expected advance of the enemy. On Sunday the train went through to the terminus of the road, and will continue to ran as usual for the present. On Saturday the East Tennessee train was on its way to Bristol when a fire was opened upon it at Center's Depot, twenty miles west of Bristol. All steam was put on, and the succeeded in ge
From Tennessee. --The telegraph operators captured by the Federals in East Tennessee were Jno. M. Crowley, of Richmond, Superintendent of the Chattanooga line, and C. K. Nelson and Ed. Montgomery, from Lynchburg. The Lynchburg Republican, of yesterday, says: Burnside's forces are reported in possession of Jonesboro, but we have no information as to the number. We have a force this side, but it is not prudent to state how many. The train that left here on Saturday last did not go farther than Glade Spring. It was not thought safe, in consequence of the excited state of the population of Bristol, who were fleeing to every direction from the expected advance of the enemy. On Sunday the train went through to the terminus of the road, and will continue to ran as usual for the present. On Saturday the East Tennessee train was on its way to Bristol when a fire was opened upon it at Center's Depot, twenty miles west of Bristol. All steam was put on, and the succeeded in ge
Jonathan M. Crowley (search for this): article 25
From Tennessee. --The telegraph operators captured by the Federals in East Tennessee were Jno. M. Crowley, of Richmond, Superintendent of the Chattanooga line, and C. K. Nelson and Ed. Montgomery, from Lynchburg. The Lynchburg Republican, of yesterday, says: Burnside's forces are reported in possession of Jonesboro, but we have no information as to the number. We have a force this side, but it is not prudent to state how many. The train that left here on Saturday last did not go farther than Glade Spring. It was not thought safe, in consequence of the excited state of the population of Bristol, who were fleeing to every direction from the expected advance of the enemy. On Sunday the train went through to the terminus of the road, and will continue to ran as usual for the present. On Saturday the East Tennessee train was on its way to Bristol when a fire was opened upon it at Center's Depot, twenty miles west of Bristol. All steam was put on, and the succeeded in g