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Longstreet (search for this): article 5
Schofield's last move in East Tennessee. --A letter from Gen. Longstreet's army, dated the 10th ult., gives the following account of the Yankee's last forward move from Knoxville: Gen. Schofield, the present commander of the Federal forces in this department has advanced with his entire effective force as far as Panther Springs and Morristown. From some cause he halted and went into camp, there remained for some thirty six hours, when he about faced and returned to Mossy Cleek and New Market. He came with fifteen days rations and evidently intended a further advance than where he came to; but suddenly coming up with the forces of General Longstreet he came to a terminus of his expedition, and does not seem inclined to move any further. His forces consist of three corps of infantry and a small amount of cavalry. Aside from this move there are no demonstrations whatever on the part of the enemy. In the direction of Cumberland Gap. all is quiet Gen. Jones continues to p
H. P. Jones (search for this): article 5
om Gen. Longstreet's army, dated the 10th ult., gives the following account of the Yankee's last forward move from Knoxville: Gen. Schofield, the present commander of the Federal forces in this department has advanced with his entire effective force as far as Panther Springs and Morristown. From some cause he halted and went into camp, there remained for some thirty six hours, when he about faced and returned to Mossy Cleek and New Market. He came with fifteen days rations and evidently intended a further advance than where he came to; but suddenly coming up with the forces of General Longstreet he came to a terminus of his expedition, and does not seem inclined to move any further. His forces consist of three corps of infantry and a small amount of cavalry. Aside from this move there are no demonstrations whatever on the part of the enemy. In the direction of Cumberland Gap. all is quiet Gen. Jones continues to pick up the scouting parties of the enemy in that vicinity.
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 5
Schofield's last move in East Tennessee. --A letter from Gen. Longstreet's army, dated the 10th ult., gives the following account of the Yankee's last forward move from Knoxville: Gen. Schofield, the present commander of the Federal forces in this department has advanced with his entire effective force as far as Panther Springs and Morristown. From some cause he halted and went into camp, there remained for some thirty six hours, when he about faced and returned to Mossy Cleek and New Market. He came with fifteen days rations and evidently intended a further advance than where he came to; but suddenly coming up with the forces of General Longstreet he came to a terminus of his expedition, and does not seem inclined to move any further. His forces consist of three corps of infantry and a small amount of cavalry. Aside from this move there are no demonstrations whatever on the part of the enemy. In the direction of Cumberland Gap. all is quiet Gen. Jones continues to pi
Panther Springs (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 5
Schofield's last move in East Tennessee. --A letter from Gen. Longstreet's army, dated the 10th ult., gives the following account of the Yankee's last forward move from Knoxville: Gen. Schofield, the present commander of the Federal forces in this department has advanced with his entire effective force as far as Panther Springs and Morristown. From some cause he halted and went into camp, there remained for some thirty six hours, when he about faced and returned to Mossy Cleek and New Market. He came with fifteen days rations and evidently intended a further advance than where he came to; but suddenly coming up with the forces of General Longstreet he came to a terminus of his expedition, and does not seem inclined to move any further. His forces consist of three corps of infantry and a small amount of cavalry. Aside from this move there are no demonstrations whatever on the part of the enemy. In the direction of Cumberland Gap. all is quiet Gen. Jones continues to p
Cumberland Gap (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 5
om Gen. Longstreet's army, dated the 10th ult., gives the following account of the Yankee's last forward move from Knoxville: Gen. Schofield, the present commander of the Federal forces in this department has advanced with his entire effective force as far as Panther Springs and Morristown. From some cause he halted and went into camp, there remained for some thirty six hours, when he about faced and returned to Mossy Cleek and New Market. He came with fifteen days rations and evidently intended a further advance than where he came to; but suddenly coming up with the forces of General Longstreet he came to a terminus of his expedition, and does not seem inclined to move any further. His forces consist of three corps of infantry and a small amount of cavalry. Aside from this move there are no demonstrations whatever on the part of the enemy. In the direction of Cumberland Gap. all is quiet Gen. Jones continues to pick up the scouting parties of the enemy in that vicinity.
Morristown, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 5
Schofield's last move in East Tennessee. --A letter from Gen. Longstreet's army, dated the 10th ult., gives the following account of the Yankee's last forward move from Knoxville: Gen. Schofield, the present commander of the Federal forces in this department has advanced with his entire effective force as far as Panther Springs and Morristown. From some cause he halted and went into camp, there remained for some thirty six hours, when he about faced and returned to Mossy Cleek and New Market. He came with fifteen days rations and evidently intended a further advance than where he came to; but suddenly coming up with the forces of General Longstreet he came to a terminus of his expedition, and does not seem inclined to move any further. His forces consist of three corps of infantry and a small amount of cavalry. Aside from this move there are no demonstrations whatever on the part of the enemy. In the direction of Cumberland Gap. all is quiet Gen. Jones continues to pi
Fire at Huntsville. --The Mobile Tribunes has authority that at Huntsville, Ala., there had been an extensive fire — that it was burning from noon on the 14th ult. to Tuesday, the 15th. The northeast end of the city was destroyed by fire.
Huntsville (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 6
Fire at Huntsville. --The Mobile Tribunes has authority that at Huntsville, Ala., there had been an extensive fire — that it was burning from noon on the 14th ult. to Tuesday, the 15th. The northeast end of the city was destroyed by fire. Fire at Huntsville. --The Mobile Tribunes has authority that at Huntsville, Ala., there had been an extensive fire — that it was burning from noon on the 14th ult. to Tuesday, the 15th. The northeast end of the city was destroyed by fir
Nancy Bray (search for this): article 7
Death. --Mrs. Nancy Bray died in Randolph co., N. C., a few days since, aged 82 years. She leaves one hundred and three grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Twenty seven of her grandsons are in the Confederate army.
Randolph (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 7
Death. --Mrs. Nancy Bray died in Randolph co., N. C., a few days since, aged 82 years. She leaves one hundred and three grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Twenty seven of her grandsons are in the Confederate army.
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