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Latest from Corinth.the position of our army. gallant Attnock of Morgan's Cavalry six thousand prisoners in our hands. &c. &c. &c. [Special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.] Corinth, April 9. --We still hold the battlefield. It is not thought the enemy will advance. The weather is bad and the roads impassable. We possess all the captured property. Morgan's cavalry yesterday (Tuesday) morning attacked a considerable force of the enemy in one of their camps and killed a large Morgan's cavalry yesterday (Tuesday) morning attacked a considerable force of the enemy in one of their camps and killed a large number of them, besides burning the tents our army were unable to bring away with them. The wounded are pouring in. Our loss is probably three thousand. The most of the wounded were shot in the limbs. Generals Gladden, Bushrod Johnson, and Hindman are wounded. Colonel Blythe, of Mississippi, and Capt. Hampton, of Alexandria, were killed. Lieutenant Storum, of the Washington Artillery, was shot through the body. The fight of Monday was less decisive than that of Sunday. The fir
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Latest from Corinth.the position of our army. gallant Attnock of Morgan's Cavalry six thousand prisoners in our hands. &c. &c. &c. [Special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.] Corinth, April 9. --We still hold the battlefield. It is not thought the enemy will advance. The weather is bad and the roads impassable. We possess all the captured property. Morgan's cavalry yesterday (Tuesday) morning attacked a considerable force of the enemy in one of their camps and killed a large number of them, besides burning the tents our army were unable to bring away with them. The wounded are pouring in. Our loss is probably three thousand. The most of the wounded were shot in the limbs. Generals Gladden, Bushrod Johnson, and Hindman are wounded. Colonel Blythe, of Mississippi, and Capt. Hampton, of Alexandria, were killed. Lieutenant Storum, of the Washington Artillery, was shot through the body. The fight of Monday was less decisive than that of Sunday. The fir
weather is bad and the roads impassable. We possess all the captured property. Morgan's cavalry yesterday (Tuesday) morning attacked a considerable force of the enemy in one of their camps and killed a large number of them, besides burning the tents our army were unable to bring away with them. The wounded are pouring in. Our loss is probably three thousand. The most of the wounded were shot in the limbs. Generals Gladden, Bushrod Johnson, and Hindman are wounded. Colonel Blythe, of Mississippi, and Capt. Hampton, of Alexandria, were killed. Lieutenant Storum, of the Washington Artillery, was shot through the body. The fight of Monday was less decisive than that of Sunday. The firing ceased mutually about two o'clock, both armies falling back. The enemy's loss in prisoners is between four and six thousand. Buell's reinforcements on Monday are estimated at thirty thousand. Our troops are in admirable spirits, and ready for another fight. Def.
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The distress in Liverpool. --The Norfolk Day Book copies the following Liverpool news from the London Times, of March 14: At the annual meeting of the District Provident Society, held yesterday, his Worship the Mayor (Mr. Robert Hutchinson) who presided, stated that although for a considerable time past a large amount of distress had prevailed in the town, it had never reached a point at which the ordinary means of relief had been inadequate to cope with it. On the contrary, through the admirable organization of the local charities, and the liberal support which they had received, every case of real distress and destitution had been investigated and relieved. For a long time past the cotton porters have been reduced to great straits by the greatly diminished imports of cotton, but this evil was income measure counteracted by a large influx of grain-laden vessels, which afforded more than the usual amount of employment in that line. Within the last few weeks, however, the
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The distress in Liverpool. --The Norfolk Day Book copies the following Liverpool news from the London Times, of March 14: At the annual meeting of the District Provident Society, held yesterday, his Worship the Mayor (Mr. Robert Hutchinson) who presided, stated that although for a considerable time past a large amount of distress had prevailed in the town, it had never reached a point at which the ordinary means of relief had been inadequate to cope with it. On the contrary, through the admirable organization of the local charities, and the liberal support which they had received, every case of real distress and destitution had been investigated and relieved. For a long time past the cotton porters have been reduced to great straits by the greatly diminished imports of cotton, but this evil was income measure counteracted by a large influx of grain-laden vessels, which afforded more than the usual amount of employment in that line. Within the last few weeks, however, the
Ten dollars reward --Will be paid for the arrest of a Servant Woman named Dolly. Said Woman is above the medium height; quite dark, and quick spoken. Dolly was hired from Miss Merriman, on Church Hill, and is supposed to be lurking about Church of Union Hill, or Shedtown. The above reward will be paid for her delivery to me, at Chiles & Chenery's, or if lodged in Lumpkin's Jail. ap 9--3t L. Yeeby.
Ten dollars reward --Will be paid for the arrest of a Servant Woman named Dolly. Said Woman is above the medium height; quite dark, and quick spoken. Dolly was hired from Miss Merriman, on Church Hill, and is supposed to be lurking about Church of Union Hill, or Shedtown. The above reward will be paid for her delivery to me, at Chiles & Chenery's, or if lodged in Lumpkin's Jail. ap 9--3t L. Yeeby.
Ten dollars reward --Will be paid for the arrest of a Servant Woman named Dolly. Said Woman is above the medium height; quite dark, and quick spoken. Dolly was hired from Miss Merriman, on Church Hill, and is supposed to be lurking about Church of Union Hill, or Shedtown. The above reward will be paid for her delivery to me, at Chiles & Chenery's, or if lodged in Lumpkin's Jail. ap 9--3t L. Yeeby. Ten dollars reward --Will be paid for the arrest of a Servant Woman named Dolly. Said Woman is above the medium height; quite dark, and quick spoken. Dolly was hired from Miss Merriman, on Church Hill, and is supposed to be lurking about Church of Union Hill, or Shedtown. The above reward will be paid for her delivery to me, at Chiles & Chenery's, or if lodged in Lumpkin's Jail. ap 9--3t L. Yeeby.
Ten dollars reward --Will be paid for the arrest of a Servant Woman named Dolly. Said Woman is above the medium height; quite dark, and quick spoken. Dolly was hired from Miss Merriman, on Church Hill, and is supposed to be lurking about Church of Union Hill, or Shedtown. The above reward will be paid for her delivery to me, at Chiles & Chenery's, or if lodged in Lumpkin's Jail. ap 9--3t L. Yeeby.
Ten dollars reward --Will be paid for the arrest of a Servant Woman named Dolly. Said Woman is above the medium height; quite dark, and quick spoken. Dolly was hired from Miss Merriman, on Church Hill, and is supposed to be lurking about Church of Union Hill, or Shedtown. The above reward will be paid for her delivery to me, at Chiles & Chenery's, or if lodged in Lumpkin's Jail. ap 9--3t L. Yeeby.
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