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The Daily Dispatch: December 10, 1863., [Electronic resource], Additional from the
The Daily Dispatch: February 18, 1864., [Electronic resource], Imported
Garden seeds. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: June 6, 1864., [Electronic resource], Another
Another Forrest. --Captain William H Forrest a youngest brother of the General, and Capt Ford Rodgers, as chivalrous as Forrest, with sixty men, encountered about eighty of the enemy on Friday, the 24th instant, 13 miles west of Holly Springs. Forrest and Rodgers killed 12 and captured 5 of the enemy, without the loss of a man. These two during Captains have gone towards Memphis to destroy the railway from Memphis to Germantown. They will have finished their work before this can reach the Yankees.
The Daily Dispatch: August 6, 1864., [Electronic resource],
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From Mobile. Mobile, August 4. --Yesterday and last evening the enemy threw an infantry force upon Dauphin Island, seven miles from Fort Gaines. The fleet outside is large this morning. The Federal double-ender opened on the transport Dick Keys and then on the fort, which is replying slowly. General Maury calls on all to enroll themselves for battle. Great confidence prevails. A Federal force, estimated at sixteen thousand, occupies Holly Springs, Mississippi.
The Daily Dispatch: August 26, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Great Northern conspiracy. (search)
From Alabama. Mobile, August 24. --Fort Morgan is in the enemy's hands. Whether surrendered, or blown up, or evacuated, is unknown. There are conflicting reports, but nothing reliable. A flag-of-truce boat visited the enemy's upper fleet to-day. The Federal exchange agent not having arrived, nothing was accomplished. A special to the Advertiser, from near Aberdeen, on the 24th, says the enemy burned Asheville last night. Their advance force passed through Holly Springs this morning towards La Grange. Their wagon train crossed at Waterford last night. As they were about crossing, Chalmers fired into their infantry force yesterday, and a sharp skirmish took place. He captured three wagons and teams and five prisoners. Our loss, twenty. The pursuit was renewed this morning.
The Daily Dispatch: September 16, 1864., [Electronic resource], Additional from the
The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Captors of the
The Captors of the Roanoke --The following are the names and residence of the Confederate officers and crew who made the capture of the Roanoke. Lieutenant John C. Braine, Holly Springs, Mississippi; H. A. Parr, first officer, Nashville, Tennessee; Thomas R. Little, second officer, Mobile, Alabama, Alexander Latrop, part of Kentucky, Robert Troth, first engineer, Kentucky; James Coalon, second engineer, Galveston, Robert Gage, seaman, Louisiana; H. J, Bruddock, seaman, Kentucky; J. Van Amburg, seaman, Virginia.