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Dalton, Ga. (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 8
Later from Huntsville. --The Dalton Confederate, of a late date, has the following from Huntsville, Ala: Our latest dates from Huntsville are to January 20th. We learn that the Methodist church, near the public square in Huntsville, was burnt in the early part of December. Some Yankees were occupying the basement of the church at the time. It is not known whether it was the result of accident or design, but supposed to have been the former. Of the twelve citizens who were arrested and required to take the oath of allegiance to the Lincoln Government or leave the Yankee lines, we have heard of Messrs. Geo. P. Beirne, Stephen W. Harris, and Dr. Anthony, having arrived in Dixie. Of many family residences in which the Yankees have quartered, we learn that Gen Sherman and staff have taken full possession of Mr. Beirne's, with the furniture pictures, &c., occupying it as headquarters, and the portion of Mr. B's family at home being thus compelled to seek a home with
Huntsville (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 8
Later from Huntsville. --The Dalton Confederate, of a late date, has the following from Huntsville, Ala: Our latest dates from Huntsville are to January 20th. We learn that the Methodist cHuntsville, Ala: Our latest dates from Huntsville are to January 20th. We learn that the Methodist church, near the public square in Huntsville, was burnt in the early part of December. Some Yankees were occupying the basement of the church at the time. It is not known whether it was the result ofHuntsville are to January 20th. We learn that the Methodist church, near the public square in Huntsville, was burnt in the early part of December. Some Yankees were occupying the basement of the church at the time. It is not known whether it was the result of accident or design, but supposed to have been the former. Of the twelve citizens who were arrested and required to take the oath of allegiance to the Lincoln Government or leave the Yankee lineHuntsville, was burnt in the early part of December. Some Yankees were occupying the basement of the church at the time. It is not known whether it was the result of accident or design, but supposed to have been the former. Of the twelve citizens who were arrested and required to take the oath of allegiance to the Lincoln Government or leave the Yankee lines, we have heard of Messrs. Geo. P. Beirne, Stephen W. Harris, and Dr. Anthony, having arrived in Dixie. Of many family residences in which the Yankees have quartered, we learn that Gen Sherman aeport, is occupied with Federal troops. There are said to be about 13 regiments in and around Huntsville. The timber in the vicinity is freely used for fuel; in fact, everything desired is taken wit
Morrisville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 8
ssrs. Geo. P. Beirne, Stephen W. Harris, and Dr. Anthony, having arrived in Dixie. Of many family residences in which the Yankees have quartered, we learn that Gen Sherman and staff have taken full possession of Mr. Beirne's, with the furniture pictures, &c., occupying it as headquarters, and the portion of Mr. B's family at home being thus compelled to seek a home with friends. Gen. Smith has made Gov. Clay's residence his headquarters, leaving but two rooms for the use of the family, and a portion of J. W. Clay's residence is similarly occupied. The country on the south side of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, from Morrisville to Bridgeport, is occupied with Federal troops. There are said to be about 13 regiments in and around Huntsville. The timber in the vicinity is freely used for fuel; in fact, everything desired is taken without limitation, and should they continue until April great suffering amongst the resident population must be the inevitable consequence.
Gen Sherman (search for this): article 8
ankees were occupying the basement of the church at the time. It is not known whether it was the result of accident or design, but supposed to have been the former. Of the twelve citizens who were arrested and required to take the oath of allegiance to the Lincoln Government or leave the Yankee lines, we have heard of Messrs. Geo. P. Beirne, Stephen W. Harris, and Dr. Anthony, having arrived in Dixie. Of many family residences in which the Yankees have quartered, we learn that Gen Sherman and staff have taken full possession of Mr. Beirne's, with the furniture pictures, &c., occupying it as headquarters, and the portion of Mr. B's family at home being thus compelled to seek a home with friends. Gen. Smith has made Gov. Clay's residence his headquarters, leaving but two rooms for the use of the family, and a portion of J. W. Clay's residence is similarly occupied. The country on the south side of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, from Morrisville to Bridgeport, is
Stephen W. Harris (search for this): article 8
to January 20th. We learn that the Methodist church, near the public square in Huntsville, was burnt in the early part of December. Some Yankees were occupying the basement of the church at the time. It is not known whether it was the result of accident or design, but supposed to have been the former. Of the twelve citizens who were arrested and required to take the oath of allegiance to the Lincoln Government or leave the Yankee lines, we have heard of Messrs. Geo. P. Beirne, Stephen W. Harris, and Dr. Anthony, having arrived in Dixie. Of many family residences in which the Yankees have quartered, we learn that Gen Sherman and staff have taken full possession of Mr. Beirne's, with the furniture pictures, &c., occupying it as headquarters, and the portion of Mr. B's family at home being thus compelled to seek a home with friends. Gen. Smith has made Gov. Clay's residence his headquarters, leaving but two rooms for the use of the family, and a portion of J. W. Clay's res
learn that the Methodist church, near the public square in Huntsville, was burnt in the early part of December. Some Yankees were occupying the basement of the church at the time. It is not known whether it was the result of accident or design, but supposed to have been the former. Of the twelve citizens who were arrested and required to take the oath of allegiance to the Lincoln Government or leave the Yankee lines, we have heard of Messrs. Geo. P. Beirne, Stephen W. Harris, and Dr. Anthony, having arrived in Dixie. Of many family residences in which the Yankees have quartered, we learn that Gen Sherman and staff have taken full possession of Mr. Beirne's, with the furniture pictures, &c., occupying it as headquarters, and the portion of Mr. B's family at home being thus compelled to seek a home with friends. Gen. Smith has made Gov. Clay's residence his headquarters, leaving but two rooms for the use of the family, and a portion of J. W. Clay's residence is similarly
George P. Beirne (search for this): article 8
t was the result of accident or design, but supposed to have been the former. Of the twelve citizens who were arrested and required to take the oath of allegiance to the Lincoln Government or leave the Yankee lines, we have heard of Messrs. Geo. P. Beirne, Stephen W. Harris, and Dr. Anthony, having arrived in Dixie. Of many family residences in which the Yankees have quartered, we learn that Gen Sherman and staff have taken full possession of Mr. Beirne's, with the furniture pictures,Mr. Beirne's, with the furniture pictures, &c., occupying it as headquarters, and the portion of Mr. B's family at home being thus compelled to seek a home with friends. Gen. Smith has made Gov. Clay's residence his headquarters, leaving but two rooms for the use of the family, and a portion of J. W. Clay's residence is similarly occupied. The country on the south side of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, from Morrisville to Bridgeport, is occupied with Federal troops. There are said to be about 13 regiments in and around Hunt
J. W. Clay (search for this): article 8
t Gen Sherman and staff have taken full possession of Mr. Beirne's, with the furniture pictures, &c., occupying it as headquarters, and the portion of Mr. B's family at home being thus compelled to seek a home with friends. Gen. Smith has made Gov. Clay's residence his headquarters, leaving but two rooms for the use of the family, and a portion of J. W. Clay's residence is similarly occupied. The country on the south side of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, from Morrisville to Bridgepd a portion of J. W. Clay's residence is similarly occupied. The country on the south side of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, from Morrisville to Bridgeport, is occupied with Federal troops. There are said to be about 13 regiments in and around Huntsville. The timber in the vicinity is freely used for fuel; in fact, everything desired is taken without limitation, and should they continue until April great suffering amongst the resident population must be the inevitable consequence.
E. Kirby Smith (search for this): article 8
red to take the oath of allegiance to the Lincoln Government or leave the Yankee lines, we have heard of Messrs. Geo. P. Beirne, Stephen W. Harris, and Dr. Anthony, having arrived in Dixie. Of many family residences in which the Yankees have quartered, we learn that Gen Sherman and staff have taken full possession of Mr. Beirne's, with the furniture pictures, &c., occupying it as headquarters, and the portion of Mr. B's family at home being thus compelled to seek a home with friends. Gen. Smith has made Gov. Clay's residence his headquarters, leaving but two rooms for the use of the family, and a portion of J. W. Clay's residence is similarly occupied. The country on the south side of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, from Morrisville to Bridgeport, is occupied with Federal troops. There are said to be about 13 regiments in and around Huntsville. The timber in the vicinity is freely used for fuel; in fact, everything desired is taken without limitation, and should they
January 20th (search for this): article 8
Later from Huntsville. --The Dalton Confederate, of a late date, has the following from Huntsville, Ala: Our latest dates from Huntsville are to January 20th. We learn that the Methodist church, near the public square in Huntsville, was burnt in the early part of December. Some Yankees were occupying the basement of the church at the time. It is not known whether it was the result of accident or design, but supposed to have been the former. Of the twelve citizens who were arrested and required to take the oath of allegiance to the Lincoln Government or leave the Yankee lines, we have heard of Messrs. Geo. P. Beirne, Stephen W. Harris, and Dr. Anthony, having arrived in Dixie. Of many family residences in which the Yankees have quartered, we learn that Gen Sherman and staff have taken full possession of Mr. Beirne's, with the furniture pictures, &c., occupying it as headquarters, and the portion of Mr. B's family at home being thus compelled to seek a home with
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