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McMinnville (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 2
her advance upon our flank and rear. An effort will doubtless be made to reoccupy Lookout Mountain, and get possession of the railroad from Chattanooga to Bridgeport. Possibly these forces have been crossed over for that purpose, if at all; or, it, being difficult to feed them at Chattanooga, where the Federals are reported to be reduced to one-quarter rations, they may have been stopped near Bridgeport in order to be convenient to supplies. The wagon train destroyed by Wheeler was loaded with ammunition, clothing, and commissary supplies, all of which are said to be much needed by the Federal army. It required a whole day for him to burn the stores at McMinnville, they were so numerous. Among other bridges destroyed by him was the one over Duck river. Major-Gen. Cheatham has succeeded to the command of Gen. Polk's corps, and Major Gen. Breckinridge to the command of Gen. Hill's corps. The Tennessee is still very high. The weather is clear and cold. Sallust.
Tennessee River (United States) (search for this): article 2
her advance upon our flank and rear. An effort will doubtless be made to reoccupy Lookout Mountain, and get possession of the railroad from Chattanooga to Bridgeport. Possibly these forces have been crossed over for that purpose, if at all; or, it, being difficult to feed them at Chattanooga, where the Federals are reported to be reduced to one-quarter rations, they may have been stopped near Bridgeport in order to be convenient to supplies. The wagon train destroyed by Wheeler was loaded with ammunition, clothing, and commissary supplies, all of which are said to be much needed by the Federal army. It required a whole day for him to burn the stores at McMinnville, they were so numerous. Among other bridges destroyed by him was the one over Duck river. Major-Gen. Cheatham has succeeded to the command of Gen. Polk's corps, and Major Gen. Breckinridge to the command of Gen. Hill's corps. The Tennessee is still very high. The weather is clear and cold. Sallust.
Duck River (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 2
ther advance upon our flank and rear. An effort will doubtless be made to reoccupy Lookout Mountain, and get possession of the railroad from Chattanooga to Bridgeport. Possibly these forces have been crossed over for that purpose, if at all; or, it, being difficult to feed them at Chattanooga, where the Federals are reported to be reduced to one-quarter rations, they may have been stopped near Bridgeport in order to be convenient to supplies. The wagon train destroyed by Wheeler was loaded with ammunition, clothing, and commissary supplies, all of which are said to be much needed by the Federal army. It required a whole day for him to burn the stores at McMinnville, they were so numerous. Among other bridges destroyed by him was the one over Duck river. Major-Gen. Cheatham has succeeded to the command of Gen. Polk's corps, and Major Gen. Breckinridge to the command of Gen. Hill's corps. The Tennessee is still very high. The weather is clear and cold. Sallust.
Lookout Mountain, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 2
From General Bragg's army.[from our own correspondent.] Near Chattanooga, Oct. 20, 1863. A portion of the reinforcements for Rosecrans — those from Meade's army — are reported to have crossed the river at Bridgeport, as if preparatory to another advance upon our flank and rear. An effort will doubtless be made to reoccupy Lookout Mountain, and get possession of the railroad from Chattanooga to Bridgeport. Possibly these forces have been crossed over for that purpose, if at all; or, it, being difficult to feed them at Chattanooga, where the Federals are reported to be reduced to one-quarter rations, they may have been stopped near Bridgeport in order to be convenient to supplies. The wagon train destroyed by Wheeler was loaded with ammunition, clothing, and commissary supplies, all of which are said to be much needed by the Federal army. It required a whole day for him to burn the stores at McMinnville, they were so numerous. Among other bridges destroyed by him w
her advance upon our flank and rear. An effort will doubtless be made to reoccupy Lookout Mountain, and get possession of the railroad from Chattanooga to Bridgeport. Possibly these forces have been crossed over for that purpose, if at all; or, it, being difficult to feed them at Chattanooga, where the Federals are reported to be reduced to one-quarter rations, they may have been stopped near Bridgeport in order to be convenient to supplies. The wagon train destroyed by Wheeler was loaded with ammunition, clothing, and commissary supplies, all of which are said to be much needed by the Federal army. It required a whole day for him to burn the stores at McMinnville, they were so numerous. Among other bridges destroyed by him was the one over Duck river. Major-Gen. Cheatham has succeeded to the command of Gen. Polk's corps, and Major Gen. Breckinridge to the command of Gen. Hill's corps. The Tennessee is still very high. The weather is clear and cold. Sallust.
From General Bragg's army.[from our own correspondent.] Near Chattanooga, Oct. 20, 1863. A portion of the reinforcements for Rosecrans — those from Meade's army — are reported to have crossed the river at Bridgeport, as if preparatory to another advance upon our flank and rear. An effort will doubtless be made to reoccupy Lookout Mountain, and get possession of the railroad from Chattanooga to Bridgeport. Possibly these forces have been crossed over for that purpose, if at all; or, it, being difficult to feed them at Chattanooga, where the Federals are reported to be reduced to one-quarter rations, they may have been stopped near Bridgeport in order to be convenient to supplies. The wagon train destroyed by Wheeler was loaded with ammunition, clothing, and commissary supplies, all of which are said to be much needed by the Federal army. It required a whole day for him to burn the stores at McMinnville, they were so numerous. Among other bridges destroyed by him
ry to another advance upon our flank and rear. An effort will doubtless be made to reoccupy Lookout Mountain, and get possession of the railroad from Chattanooga to Bridgeport. Possibly these forces have been crossed over for that purpose, if at all; or, it, being difficult to feed them at Chattanooga, where the Federals are reported to be reduced to one-quarter rations, they may have been stopped near Bridgeport in order to be convenient to supplies. The wagon train destroyed by Wheeler was loaded with ammunition, clothing, and commissary supplies, all of which are said to be much needed by the Federal army. It required a whole day for him to burn the stores at McMinnville, they were so numerous. Among other bridges destroyed by him was the one over Duck river. Major-Gen. Cheatham has succeeded to the command of Gen. Polk's corps, and Major Gen. Breckinridge to the command of Gen. Hill's corps. The Tennessee is still very high. The weather is clear and cold.
her advance upon our flank and rear. An effort will doubtless be made to reoccupy Lookout Mountain, and get possession of the railroad from Chattanooga to Bridgeport. Possibly these forces have been crossed over for that purpose, if at all; or, it, being difficult to feed them at Chattanooga, where the Federals are reported to be reduced to one-quarter rations, they may have been stopped near Bridgeport in order to be convenient to supplies. The wagon train destroyed by Wheeler was loaded with ammunition, clothing, and commissary supplies, all of which are said to be much needed by the Federal army. It required a whole day for him to burn the stores at McMinnville, they were so numerous. Among other bridges destroyed by him was the one over Duck river. Major-Gen. Cheatham has succeeded to the command of Gen. Polk's corps, and Major Gen. Breckinridge to the command of Gen. Hill's corps. The Tennessee is still very high. The weather is clear and cold. Sallust.
Rosecrans (search for this): article 2
From General Bragg's army.[from our own correspondent.] Near Chattanooga, Oct. 20, 1863. A portion of the reinforcements for Rosecrans — those from Meade's army — are reported to have crossed the river at Bridgeport, as if preparatory to another advance upon our flank and rear. An effort will doubtless be made to reoccupy Lookout Mountain, and get possession of the railroad from Chattanooga to Bridgeport. Possibly these forces have been crossed over for that purpose, if at all; or, it, being difficult to feed them at Chattanooga, where the Federals are reported to be reduced to one-quarter rations, they may have been stopped near Bridgeport in order to be convenient to supplies. The wagon train destroyed by Wheeler was loaded with ammunition, clothing, and commissary supplies, all of which are said to be much needed by the Federal army. It required a whole day for him to burn the stores at McMinnville, they were so numerous. Among other bridges destroyed by him
From General Bragg's army.[from our own correspondent.] Near Chattanooga, Oct. 20, 1863. A portion of the reinforcements for Rosecrans — those from Meade's army — are reported to have crossed the river at Bridgeport, as if preparatory to another advance upon our flank and rear. An effort will doubtless be made to reoccupy Lookout Mountain, and get possession of the railroad from Chattanooga to Bridgeport. Possibly these forces have been crossed over for that purpose, if at all; or, it, being difficult to feed them at Chattanooga, where the Federals are reported to be reduced to one-quarter rations, they may have been stopped near Bridgeport in order to be convenient to supplies. The wagon train destroyed by Wheeler was loaded with ammunition, clothing, and commissary supplies, all of which are said to be much needed by the Federal army. It required a whole day for him to burn the stores at McMinnville, they were so numerous. Among other bridges destroyed by him
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