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on, which is still held by a large force of our cavalry, anticipating the advance of the enemy's cavalry, which had passed through Ringgold. All the bridges on the railroad between Tunnel Hill and Chattanooga have been burnt by the enemy, as well as the eating-house of Mr. Hilburn, at Catoosa Station. Every day brings matters to a more critical position, rendering the impending conflict so precarious that the grand battle of the revolution may begin at any moment.--Neither army, it would seem, is exactly in position to strike, and it may be some ten days yet before the grand conflict commences. The Yankee vandals have burnt the Trion Cotton Factory, five miles above Summerville, owned by Marsh & Algood, together with 2,700 bales of cotton. This was done by Yankee cavalry, supposed to be 3,000 strong. The latest intelligence, which we deem reliable, place Rosecrans, with 60,000 men, at Sand Mountain, Alabama. Our forces were in the right place to meet the enemy.
line of East Tennessee, from Knoxville to Chattanooga, and from that point towards the Northwestern portion of the State of Georgia, in the vicinity of Broomtown Valley.-- We have removed all the public stores from Dalton, which is still held by a large force of our cavalry, anticipating the advance of the enemy's cavalry, which had passed through Ringgold. All the bridges on the railroad between Tunnel Hill and Chattanooga have been burnt by the enemy, as well as the eating-house of Mr. Hilburn, at Catoosa Station. Every day brings matters to a more critical position, rendering the impending conflict so precarious that the grand battle of the revolution may begin at any moment.--Neither army, it would seem, is exactly in position to strike, and it may be some ten days yet before the grand conflict commences. The Yankee vandals have burnt the Trion Cotton Factory, five miles above Summerville, owned by Marsh & Algood, together with 2,700 bales of cotton. This was done
ton, which is still held by a large force of our cavalry, anticipating the advance of the enemy's cavalry, which had passed through Ringgold. All the bridges on the railroad between Tunnel Hill and Chattanooga have been burnt by the enemy, as well as the eating-house of Mr. Hilburn, at Catoosa Station. Every day brings matters to a more critical position, rendering the impending conflict so precarious that the grand battle of the revolution may begin at any moment.--Neither army, it would seem, is exactly in position to strike, and it may be some ten days yet before the grand conflict commences. The Yankee vandals have burnt the Trion Cotton Factory, five miles above Summerville, owned by Marsh & Algood, together with 2,700 bales of cotton. This was done by Yankee cavalry, supposed to be 3,000 strong. The latest intelligence, which we deem reliable, place Rosecrans, with 60,000 men, at Sand Mountain, Alabama. Our forces were in the right place to meet the enemy.
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 5
The Situation in Tennessee. --The Atlanta Intelligencer, of Sunday, contains the following, which we take from the mass of matter in our exchanges relative to the position of affairs in Tennessee: The enemy now occupies the whole line of East Tennessee, from Knoxville to Chattanooga, and from that point towards the Northwestern portion of the State of Georgia, in the vicinity of Broomtown Valley.-- We have removed all the public stores from Dalton, which is still held by a large force of our cavalry, anticipating the advance of the enemy's cavalry, which had passed through Ringgold. All the bridges on the railroad between Tunnel Hill and Chattanooga have been burnt by the enemy, as well as the eating-house of Mr. Hilburn, at Catoosa Station. Every day brings matters to a more critical position, rendering the impending conflict so precarious that the grand battle of the revolution may begin at any moment.--Neither army, it would seem, is exactly in position to strik
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 5
The Situation in Tennessee. --The Atlanta Intelligencer, of Sunday, contains the following, which we take from the mass of matter in our exchanges relative to the position of affairs in Tennessee: The enemy now occupies the whole line of East Tennessee, from Knoxville to Chattanooga, and from that point towards the NorthTennessee: The enemy now occupies the whole line of East Tennessee, from Knoxville to Chattanooga, and from that point towards the Northwestern portion of the State of Georgia, in the vicinity of Broomtown Valley.-- We have removed all the public stores from Dalton, which is still held by a large force of our cavalry, anticipating the advance of the enemy's cavalry, which had passed through Ringgold. All the bridges on the railroad between Tunnel Hill and ChatEast Tennessee, from Knoxville to Chattanooga, and from that point towards the Northwestern portion of the State of Georgia, in the vicinity of Broomtown Valley.-- We have removed all the public stores from Dalton, which is still held by a large force of our cavalry, anticipating the advance of the enemy's cavalry, which had passed through Ringgold. All the bridges on the railroad between Tunnel Hill and Chattanooga have been burnt by the enemy, as well as the eating-house of Mr. Hilburn, at Catoosa Station. Every day brings matters to a more critical position, rendering the impending conflict so precarious that the grand battle of the revolution may begin at any moment.--Neither army, it would seem, is exactly in position to str
Sand Mountain (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 5
ton, which is still held by a large force of our cavalry, anticipating the advance of the enemy's cavalry, which had passed through Ringgold. All the bridges on the railroad between Tunnel Hill and Chattanooga have been burnt by the enemy, as well as the eating-house of Mr. Hilburn, at Catoosa Station. Every day brings matters to a more critical position, rendering the impending conflict so precarious that the grand battle of the revolution may begin at any moment.--Neither army, it would seem, is exactly in position to strike, and it may be some ten days yet before the grand conflict commences. The Yankee vandals have burnt the Trion Cotton Factory, five miles above Summerville, owned by Marsh & Algood, together with 2,700 bales of cotton. This was done by Yankee cavalry, supposed to be 3,000 strong. The latest intelligence, which we deem reliable, place Rosecrans, with 60,000 men, at Sand Mountain, Alabama. Our forces were in the right place to meet the enemy.
Dalton, Ga. (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 5
The Situation in Tennessee. --The Atlanta Intelligencer, of Sunday, contains the following, which we take from the mass of matter in our exchanges relative to the position of affairs in Tennessee: The enemy now occupies the whole line of East Tennessee, from Knoxville to Chattanooga, and from that point towards the Northwestern portion of the State of Georgia, in the vicinity of Broomtown Valley.-- We have removed all the public stores from Dalton, which is still held by a large force of our cavalry, anticipating the advance of the enemy's cavalry, which had passed through Ringgold. All the bridges on the railroad between Tunnel Hill and Chattanooga have been burnt by the enemy, as well as the eating-house of Mr. Hilburn, at Catoosa Station. Every day brings matters to a more critical position, rendering the impending conflict so precarious that the grand battle of the revolution may begin at any moment.--Neither army, it would seem, is exactly in position to strik
Ringgold, Ga. (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 5
g, which we take from the mass of matter in our exchanges relative to the position of affairs in Tennessee: The enemy now occupies the whole line of East Tennessee, from Knoxville to Chattanooga, and from that point towards the Northwestern portion of the State of Georgia, in the vicinity of Broomtown Valley.-- We have removed all the public stores from Dalton, which is still held by a large force of our cavalry, anticipating the advance of the enemy's cavalry, which had passed through Ringgold. All the bridges on the railroad between Tunnel Hill and Chattanooga have been burnt by the enemy, as well as the eating-house of Mr. Hilburn, at Catoosa Station. Every day brings matters to a more critical position, rendering the impending conflict so precarious that the grand battle of the revolution may begin at any moment.--Neither army, it would seem, is exactly in position to strike, and it may be some ten days yet before the grand conflict commences. The Yankee vandals
Broomtown Valley (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 5
The Situation in Tennessee. --The Atlanta Intelligencer, of Sunday, contains the following, which we take from the mass of matter in our exchanges relative to the position of affairs in Tennessee: The enemy now occupies the whole line of East Tennessee, from Knoxville to Chattanooga, and from that point towards the Northwestern portion of the State of Georgia, in the vicinity of Broomtown Valley.-- We have removed all the public stores from Dalton, which is still held by a large force of our cavalry, anticipating the advance of the enemy's cavalry, which had passed through Ringgold. All the bridges on the railroad between Tunnel Hill and Chattanooga have been burnt by the enemy, as well as the eating-house of Mr. Hilburn, at Catoosa Station. Every day brings matters to a more critical position, rendering the impending conflict so precarious that the grand battle of the revolution may begin at any moment.--Neither army, it would seem, is exactly in position to strik
One hundred dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on Saturday last, one small negro boy named Jim, aged about 10 years, dark copper color. His clothes were very indifferent. He came from Matthews county, and was sold to me by Mr. Ro Billups. I will give $100 for his delivery to me, at Messrs. Hill, Dickinsun & Co's. R H Davis. se 10--ts
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