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Odd Fellows Hall (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
At private Sale. --I have for sale, privately, a superior No. 1 Woman, who is an extra Seamstress and Chambermaid, with a very likely female child, four years old. The woman is under a very excellent character, and sold for no fault. Apply to S R Fondren, Odd Fellows' Hall. no 4--3t
Rosecrans (search for this): article 1
nts in that direction. --Hood's brigade, under the command of Gen. Jenkins, tried to dispossess them the other day, but failed. The battle will be fought in the Lookout Valley and its vicinity. The hopes of the country were very high when Rosecrans was first driven back to Chattanooga. It was believed that he could be shut up there, and that his supplies would be so effectually cut off as to render it imperative upon him either to fight Bragg at a great disadvantage, to attempt to retreaing one themselves. If Gen. Bragg should be driven from his position, we not only lose East Tennessee entirely, but we open the door for the invasion of Georgia, where there is a very large supply of cotton, which formed the main inducement of Rosecrans's invasion of that State. It will thus be seen that the most important interests are involved in the operations around Chattanooga. The existence of the Confederacy is not it is true, exactly involved, but the length of the war undoubtedly is
o the west of Lookout Mountain lies Raccoon Mountain, and between them lies the Lookout Valley, a creek running through the middle of it. The Yankees the other night left Chattanooga in pontoons, floated down the river, without being hailed by a single sentinel, so far as we can learn, landed and occupied Raccoon Mountain, almost without resistance. They have thrown bridges across below, and are constantly receiving reinforcements in that direction. --Hood's brigade, under the command of Gen. Jenkins, tried to dispossess them the other day, but failed. The battle will be fought in the Lookout Valley and its vicinity. The hopes of the country were very high when Rosecrans was first driven back to Chattanooga. It was believed that he could be shut up there, and that his supplies would be so effectually cut off as to render it imperative upon him either to fight Bragg at a great disadvantage, to attempt to retreat across a wide river, and a rugged and impracticable country, thereb
e river about twenty-five miles below. To the west of Lookout Mountain lies Raccoon Mountain, and between them lies the Lookout Valley, a creek running through the middle of it. The Yankees the other night left Chattanooga in pontoons, floated down the river, without being hailed by a single sentinel, so far as we can learn, landed and occupied Raccoon Mountain, almost without resistance. They have thrown bridges across below, and are constantly receiving reinforcements in that direction. --Hood's brigade, under the command of Gen. Jenkins, tried to dispossess them the other day, but failed. The battle will be fought in the Lookout Valley and its vicinity. The hopes of the country were very high when Rosecrans was first driven back to Chattanooga. It was believed that he could be shut up there, and that his supplies would be so effectually cut off as to render it imperative upon him either to fight Bragg at a great disadvantage, to attempt to retreat across a wide river, and a
e body of the place itself. The Yankee newspapers say they have assembled 110,000 men, and that Bragg's force is only 60,000. We do not believe that this statement is correct in any particular. We have no idea that the Yankee force is so large, or that Bragg's is so small. Be it, however, as they represent, 60,000 of our men, placed as these are, may very well bid defiance to 110,000 Yankeeshat any force the Yankees can bring will be able to carry the exceedingly strong position of General Bragg, fortified with so much care and defended by so many brave men as he has with him. It is evihis supplies would be so effectually cut off as to render it imperative upon him either to fight Bragg at a great disadvantage, to attempt to retreat across a wide river, and a rugged and impracticabs at their leisure, and to threaten us with a siege, instead of undergoing one themselves. If Gen. Bragg should be driven from his position, we not only lose East Tennessee entirely, but we open the
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 1
practicable country, thereby running the risk of ruin to his whole force, or to surrender. But the exceedingly dilatory movements of our army have lost us all the advantage we had, or believed we had, a few weeks ago. They have afforded time to the Yankees to collect troops from the most distant quarters, to restore their communications at their leisure, and to threaten us with a siege, instead of undergoing one themselves. If Gen. Bragg should be driven from his position, we not only lose East Tennessee entirely, but we open the door for the invasion of Georgia, where there is a very large supply of cotton, which formed the main inducement of Rosecrans's invasion of that State. It will thus be seen that the most important interests are involved in the operations around Chattanooga. The existence of the Confederacy is not it is true, exactly involved, but the length of the war undoubtedly is. Could that Yankee army have been destroyed the war would have been virtually at an end.
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
mpracticable country, thereby running the risk of ruin to his whole force, or to surrender. But the exceedingly dilatory movements of our army have lost us all the advantage we had, or believed we had, a few weeks ago. They have afforded time to the Yankees to collect troops from the most distant quarters, to restore their communications at their leisure, and to threaten us with a siege, instead of undergoing one themselves. If Gen. Bragg should be driven from his position, we not only lose East Tennessee entirely, but we open the door for the invasion of Georgia, where there is a very large supply of cotton, which formed the main inducement of Rosecrans's invasion of that State. It will thus be seen that the most important interests are involved in the operations around Chattanooga. The existence of the Confederacy is not it is true, exactly involved, but the length of the war undoubtedly is. Could that Yankee army have been destroyed the war would have been virtually at an end.
Raccoon Mountains (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
subject of deep anxiety to the whole Confederacy at this moment — the deeper, perhaps, that the late movement of the enemy by the river and his occupation of Raccoon Mountain seems neither to have been resisted nor anticipated. It gives him, at the same time, a great advantage by placing him on our left flank at the moment when oe very river. Along the base of the mountain runs the railroad, which crosses the river about twenty-five miles below. To the west of Lookout Mountain lies Raccoon Mountain, and between them lies the Lookout Valley, a creek running through the middle of it. The Yankees the other night left Chattanooga in pontoons, floated down the river, without being hailed by a single sentinel, so far as we can learn, landed and occupied Raccoon Mountain, almost without resistance. They have thrown bridges across below, and are constantly receiving reinforcements in that direction. --Hood's brigade, under the command of Gen. Jenkins, tried to dispossess them the other
Lookout Mountain, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
hattanooga the river makes a bend in the form of a horse-shoe, the toe of the shoe pointing south. On this toe, and on the south side of the river, Chattanooga is situated. To the west of it, and at the distance of two miles and a half, is Lookout Mountain, which runs down to the very river. Along the base of the mountain runs the railroad, which crosses the river about twenty-five miles below. To the west of Lookout Mountain lies Raccoon Mountain, and between them lies the Lookout Valley, aLookout Mountain lies Raccoon Mountain, and between them lies the Lookout Valley, a creek running through the middle of it. The Yankees the other night left Chattanooga in pontoons, floated down the river, without being hailed by a single sentinel, so far as we can learn, landed and occupied Raccoon Mountain, almost without resistance. They have thrown bridges across below, and are constantly receiving reinforcements in that direction. --Hood's brigade, under the command of Gen. Jenkins, tried to dispossess them the other day, but failed. The battle will be fought in the Loo
One hundred dollars reward --Will be paid for the arrest and delivery of a negro boy named Joe. He is about 18 years old; black, with full, bushy hair, and about 5 feet 7 inches high; had on when he left a gray military jacket and cap and blue twilled jeans pants and gum overcoat. He disappeared on Sunday, the 17th inst, during the recrossing of the army near the railroad bridge on the Rappahannock. He was last een on this side of the river, near Brandy Station, and is believed to be either with the army or making his way to Liberty, Va. The above reward will be paid for his confinement or delivery to Samuel C White, at Liberty, Bedford county, Va, or Isaiah H White, Surgeon 14th Louisiana regiment 4th brig, Johnson's div, Ewell's corps no 5--5t
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