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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 15 January 1863

a . 5 TV T J1 VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TlTUf S D AY, JANUARY . 1 5 ,; m NO 237 ASMI3DLH TD'A-f hN fj Y n laolnuUc Pinion. r-hlihei l'j nn -A.veialinn of PriV-v?. iHtice on I'rintcr' Alley bctcw I nUu and Itcndericls. StroeU, THUIli-DAY . MORNING, JAN. 1, . lbC2 Great Battle of Stones' River, Tennessee. EIGHT DAYS' FIGHTING. ( 'p'-rlul Corro'poo'lpnm C!ni:lnh!i;l rmiiKe al.J II tti.e niti.ii nr Atonm' Kivm. Tenk., KATi unAr, Jniiunry ;i, 1iUi, ) In the rage of conflict the human heart expresses little sympathy with human suffering. Your best friend is lifted from the saddle by the fatal shaft, and plunges wildly to thp earth a corpse. One con vulsive leap of your heart, you dash on ward in the stormy field, and the dead is forgotten until the lurjous frenzy of bat tie is spent. "Never mind," said our great-hearted General, when the death of the noble bill was announced; "brave men must die in battle! We must seek re suits." "When Garesche's headless trunk fell at his feet, a shoc...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 15 January 1863

1 . -4 1 V- si r ,ja QasIiviUc Pinion Fjt Freedom and Nationality. THURSDAY MOUSING, JAN" 15, Im'.:: Accoimt of the Battle. " The report of tltgreatCatIeof StonrV Ivivrr, in to-day'a pajifr, taken I'rom the " Ciiu iDnati C'-miixrcial, w as written by a gfnt!(iiiD in the amiy, who bad minimal opportunities forobaervin, and reporting orrci!y tb stents which he m-ord. IBTERESTIIfG EEBEL LETTERS. HIOiMlt nr of tli IVopIr tv Ht , A ItfWI Think of lb iweulf M'tr tempt lorn I. -. We are indebted to a friend fur two rebel letters captured 'at MmfWaWo They are Imth from Tippah county, Jlia- sieaippi, one to a friend, and the other to a fon in the rebel army. 'From the lirst addressed bj Samuel .Ashn to Mr, Jamkh I. Cuak;, m private in Company 15, S2d Regiment Mississippi Volunteer-, and dated Dee. fcth, we make the follow ing extract: "Things aie ecident'y going gainnt us here. Tho tide of minfortanea com mencing with the unsuccessful attack on Corinth, Las not turned yet." lie then enumerat...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 15 January 1863

4 T K It M S I Dalit Union, lf iiiinom....: m w'k Tii-Wnriu l'mo,lr annum... WiriLT t'mowr annum . . CO .. iO ..15 W ..t2 00 THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 15. 1603. NOS. AM LOCATION HOSPITALS IN NASHVILLE. X, l (il,t Oun rciry, Clurrj elreet, nn ih Hill. - 8 Uuiverity BulldniK, Market Mn' l, on the Hill. 8 Eii'Icj laiilidlnRi -K corner Public S-itnre. 4 llcwiiril Hlajli N:Ii.ol, (.'ollee atreul, on the IMI. ft f.un Ktlry, uM'r end Trout Mnvt, i 8 Collegi- atreet, .war Broad. 7ollege ilwl, b'lwwii Church and ltioid. u g Msnuio"itail, Ctiui ch utre-t, near Summer. 9 Ciarrlaiie Kurtory, Murket i"trvt, belnw tye iuure. " 10 M(li Ml ' .1K, I'olV eitrcat, on (lie IMI. " ll" I'lUT Hoi nr. " "ii the I'nlvtnllJ Pike. " 12 Hroadway Hutel, Tlnad street, e jf hit Cherry. la II unit U.gli rtrbnol, Spinet Ktruat. cor. Kioal. . 14 tnna'e Hah. ml, llmri li atreet, lear Ch.ilta nteir:i Input. l.r Ilyuea' lliish Htliipol, I'll"' lrt,oonnr Mini imr. It (iuploii HI'" k, rorii'T lirou l al-n -t mid Hlvi-r Lat....

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 15 January 1863

(uONKuscr.n moat nr.vr tauk '" Sci-no of pjllin grandeur. Jcry fea ture wbp hcrnly cut and clearly dt fined. The day was one oT nurprisin lieauljr. TlieLlaaujg ma shone kindly through I he canopy of smoke which expanded over iho dreadful "imbat. The jKiinp of liattalior-f , in marfjal jiari'ijilj, loomed ipRrn')y in Ihtir staoneh array. The Plata ni'(3 Mripea floated maniliccntly, ivir ihe j.rff!rale lim a of the retiiment. Tim "Uhum r nf iVauty and glory" never llnated iuw rouJ!y. (hir lrnf) lay T')lie lij.iir, t'n ii- bl' hilfifi" the soil closely t. f.voiij thf iron tturm vlu.li the fe hurled j.1 Oim-.i wiili innlk-inna fury. Th' nirfa-.e of i In' il,iin Kciii' d ruled nit in hy '.Jiin (ku-iiI! Ir. A I regular in crvr.!.4 tin re wire lo'd Loiv of solita ry iiorsoiui-:i s I a n i i : i out in p'lurp relief, faithful (. :'. ;.i diai'h of our brave ol diere, e.tid t-'iinie; I ar.ein fur t he infi'rnal inarftunwr; f the foe. Uallant o!I!eer, delianily irv.tinj; the murderous e k i 1 ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 16 January 1863

MKDW. V VOL I. NASHVILLE, .TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, JANUARY lfi', 18(53. NO 238 A8HYIJLLE ' DMIbx NOS. AND LOCATION o v HOSPITALS IN NASHVILLE ld!,J Gun l actory, Cherry street, ftn the Hill. " ' B I'lilverslty Building, Market street, 'ra the llili. . ., . ' :i En ley's Building, S.K corner Public Kqimre. ' 4 ilowurd High tichool, College trn"t,on the. J ) ill. " fi Onu l-aclory, upper end Front street, it j Coll' go stn-et, near Broad " T College street, between Church and Broad. " B Maionlo Hull, Church str t, near Bummer. 9 Carriage 'Factory, Market afreet, bolow tlio ripiare. " 0 Blcdkul College, College Htreet, on the II ill. n rinT Hoisi'' On llib University Pike. ' 1 li Broadway Ilotol, Broad slrcol, owner Cherry. " lit Hume HirU .School, fpnioe street, cor. Broad. 11 Fema'e Hchool. Churrh etreet.iiear Chutla- no"(ra Depot. " 1, IIye' lligb School, I.luestre, corner Hummer. u IJordonBI'iek, corner Broud street and Hirer Landing. ii 17 Orrintas' Itrwr-iTAi. I 'lantern'' Hotel, Fum-...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 16 January 1863

pashviilc tttioti: Far Freedom and Nationality . C. nEIICEII, Editor. FRIDAY WOKNINO, JAN. 10. 18G3. Ths Real Cause of the Rebellion ' Without the belp of the abolition wr upon lb social order of Ihe f?oilh, se erosion would never have been attempt d.--Zou. -Journal It teems to be a favorite employment with tome Union newspapers to lay the burden, or at leant half the odium of our civil war, upon the anti-altvery party Editors who, through mi(aken party zeal, thus divert the altrotion of the peo pie from the original and real traitors, in ur humble opinion, do great injury to the cause of the nation. To say that the rebels have been provided to treason, by Republicans and anti-slivery men, is greatly to palliate, if not to justify their infamous crimes. It is virtually say ing to the revolted Slates, that they are avenging themselves of repeated anil aggravated insulls in making war upon the Union, the Constitution, and the laws of the land. The history of this de plorable controver...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 16 January 1863

psluriUc virion.- T K IIMS! IT Vaion, T winnra f IK) " mn J .Wiii, T Union, pr wiiKim V W tiLT Union, per annum B"1 h nw-'Jitn-a in i II DAY MOUSING. JAN. 10. 18G3 tliver and Steamboat Newi. ie river is rifling rapidly at this plane, and sleet having fallen copiuusly j Wednesday morning till yesterday ling almoct without intermission, and t a fair or rather cloudy prospect continuation. Tim river has risen it aid twelve feet since Tuesday eve , and is still rising. This will make j feet rise at the hlmala, a depth cicnt to bring up the largest I boats. The river has hardly yet to get the benefit of the rise in its ,-ons tributaries, which will swell Prodigiously, on the meltiug of the v. The aject and snow fell almost inuously, all yesterday, covering the h to the depth of several inches, walking is truly awful, nothing but I and slush. he I.oiisville Journal of the 1.1th, he river is rising at this point, with et water in the canal -1 feet in the i.at the falls, and -l feet on the ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 16 January 1863

I t';, LOST, ON KVS'iAY NHiltT OR MNIAT MOIlINO. ten l'Mh Inst., a Pocket Hook, containing Not f'T from Hiram Ldmonds In myself, b eliack for l"! 0:1 tun Cairo Bank , payable to inyaolf and Minii.'lln mun'j. I will Rive t- be-dtles tha wwney In Ihe Pocket f "k, t" any (n who will leave, It Will! the POIiLtntS, at III" I. II to (Itllce Jin 13 :H HEKI'.KUT WEYMA. LOS T, KM; t.R IS TIIK LOl'ISVILLK IV POT LAST .rn;nf. a !t?lit brown fur capo. A liberal rnmttn will I " ti!t!.p Itn I -r l.yleaihx ll at Ilea utli.. ... -4 f -I - JhiiI;; SCHOOL NOTIOE. I i.-.w -t ni'-i plnsi'tit itn 1 eonim-ieio'is room, at V" a.'" r! ' ' ' '" ' " U -ll'rilller In 1 1nrry ;;.r. K .r: r-r u r r.-i r i r le .. Ml ' ' . I Uli'lii I w I i t . I .ih In I., l II s- ji ll : t v I.. I "UMAX I, O S T, Ov r f : 1 1 . Y , TIM'. I'tii r.'-r., "Nr- 1 ! ..l-r,. k ' r I ni"ii H-. -t. it !. J ' ' ' ' 1 tweet, two Ur i ln, ii IU 4'KKI!HJ 1 M'KIV." I'-"" . ilti a da-p. Titui nil' --- l.ptwoeu ., nn I pr.i'clpally in l.revi....

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 17 January 1863

mm DAILY UNION VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1803. NO 239 NASI TiOH. A!YJ LOCATION HOSPITALS IN NASH VI LIK. N'o.,lOM Cm Factory, Cherry street, no tlin ilill. y' 2 Cniverily Building', Market treet, cu the IliU. S1- 5 r.r.s'.ry's B :!M!r.s, S.H cnr:i"r rafciic Fqn-trs. " trHoward High School," College street, on tl.s ' Mill. ' i f, Gun Factory, n'l"-r i nd Frost strict. , " 6 Coll' go street, he ir Broad ' " 7 OdUgo street, b tweon Church and Broad. ' g Mitsonio Unit, Church sired, near Hummer. " 9 Currlnfta Fuutory, Mitiket flrot.t, below the Square. 10 Medical College, Collet' street, on tlx Mill. ' j i" Peut Hons "On the University Pike. ' 12 Broadway Hotel, Broad street,, jrner Cherry. - 13 Hum High Pchool, Sprue street, cor. Broad. U Fma School, Church street, lear Chatta- mingi Depot. ' " IR Hyno' High School, Lino itre it, corner Sum uier, , q Gordon illock, corner I)ro'l street and Hirer Landing. n Orrinx' UiwriTAL rWtntrs Hotel, Sum nirr street, corner...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 17 January 1863

For freedom and Nationality. . C. ITirHC IJ. Editor. SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 17, 1RI53 Jeff. Davis's Speech. Ths arch-rebel of Kicbmond Las re cently been " vntilling Lis opinions," io nse a popular phrase, in a speech, from which we give some extracts in to-day's paper; and a pretty ventilation lie lias made of itNruly. lie piously regrets that the " besl affec tions of his heart" (sec love tales of Ryl tani's Cobb, in the New York ledger,) bonld have been given to an object so unworthy as the Federal Government which was "rotten to its very care." He was quite willing to bear with its rot tenness while his faction had possession cf it If the Government be rotten, cer tainly Le and his friends are responsi ble for its untimely decay. He will, under no circumstances, content to a res toration of tho Union; which is not to Le wondered at when we consider that in that event, he must Buffer the penalty of treason, unless he Hies from the coun try. He evidently feels alarmed at the tlisc...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 17 January 1863

V T K II M K : Dailt t'sto". pr annnm ft 0 h w wP-lt 20 Tl-WitT t,mo,pr annum ...,$S 00 Wiisif t'Kioin, per annum ... t'l 00 8ATURDAY MORNING. JAN. 17. 1803 Hiver and Steamboat News. The weather Las been more wintry thttV ever nince our lust. Thcr wi a voABidcrable fall of snow yesterday, and ..be atmosphere became decidedly more Nortbcrn in its temperature. Sereral lcigbs were extemporized and made tbeir appearance in our streets, while sloping (sidewalks, such as,Naihville un fortunately abounds in, were monopo lized by young coaster a regular Tennes see Yankees. This may be called a Bmtltem winter with Northern principles. Let it last till it freezes out the rebel army. The river is in a high way, having risen in all over thirty feet, with no signs of stopping. Its drift is unmistakable. Lick branch, on the north of the city, spreads like an inland sea, big enough to lloat all the ships of the Confederate navy. The Atlantic and some fifteen or twenty other boats are hourly expect...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 17 January 1863

r i "iviwnmiu M Vy.l Craa J Mori head A"" ll irxlriori FT Mlly Ufayrtte Mrdliirt "jaaiel I' Rol'iim Jnwit 11 iui.h Iinhert I ruycraft JnVin irtr .it. LI lirny Wro Hai rnei.n Amol I "muli Lewi. Carton l.t T.iiw II irt ( . I li W l'i matt li f, htu r J mi i i U HJ 1.1 .! ( irlf r p 'V ll HI. in v, . i. iv v v a i - a !; tn . v I, M i.er v r ' ihi'H i llom y Step.,. II i ,V m . r I. II 'Hi' . ' ' I-.. i,.-. :!. r.h ' Im lI "'r " il .'lit Mill, ,h It N Howard Oo F K. t-nig-. w I 1t,.,inpoB Ceo J hl.ll! Jti Sl-,l VIII 1I ' I 'i irl u d ' ' n.v ... .... l i' J v 1;.. li . ,T..,t V ll.iriii'B I - Mu -.i'.f : i. a' ' 'i. i at':., i. i .' i I Mm ft r '" MiiLki- n A A V. runi nFT racrT Tripp Oliver W f '.. Knurr lavld Altl'Tt MI!lhoe Jacob IliddloJaaM Ptiafner Iaaar 8 l oat Kmory J SlntnC dipt J It IlHWMIfl JollO :. J. .i,n t NiM riiilu i-mc im I a, J A rrnt rol,g .Mm I" .Vartln I ih M 'I - I'll B I'r im a M ;i mort lii'lTi II l-lllt . I r.y'..r 1..'n -Jir". w ' i : r. K II M'e. . rl I A ',ii...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 18 January 1863

w V v.- . t; fflOTLLE DAILY TOICDN. I I V ' i ' 'I '1 't I . i .-. . t 0L I. NASMILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 1803. NO 210 MAS OS.AND LOCATION SPITALS IN NASHVILLE. I oi.I Onn factory, Cherry eOeel, 01 lb MIL l University Bnildin'k, Market -trevt, on th Hill. Knfley'B Building, corner Pobllc Sqnara. 4 Hewnrd High School, College itreel, on tbx Hill. V Gn Factory , upper end Frost treet. t Coll'f o treet, Bsar Broad r College street, eVtwecii Chtirch and Broad. Masonlo Hull, Church street, near Bomm-. J Carriage Factory, Market street, below the Square. J Medical College, College street, on tb Dill. Put Houta" On the UnWeraity Pike. and Jacob Broadway Hotel, Broad street,, rner Cherry. Imna High School, Sprue street, cor. Broad. ,Fema' School. Chunk (trews, laewr Cbalt. noogs IX'pot. ft llynpi' High ehool,MueitreJt,eorer Bum mer. (Gordon Block, corner Brood troct aud Klver Landing. T Orrir-ia' MoanTat I'lar.tara' Hotel, Bua- nur tri't, corner Headurlck. A Onrnr Charch and Col...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 18 January 1863

'.9ri Freedom and nationality; . C, MEHCBH, idlr. jBONDAY MORNING. JAN. 18, 1863. governor Sktmocb io Lis recent mes sage to the New Yoik Legislature, says : The population and pursuit of New fmgland, confined within very limited iMMMidaricH, Lave the uniformity of one ctutnonitT, while tho larger States Lave iUreraifiedand distinctive pursuits to)pre went them from a-ting so readily in con ri." , , , A. very important truth ia embodied in SLu observation which is, that tho con centration of the capital and labor of so- jrcral States upon ono or two pursuits oMtlj, tends to foster a clannish, selfish, md sectional feeling among them. Di versify Of employment is not only the iomeecfa nation's material prosperity, Imt tends to enlighten and liberalize the yoople. When a country is so limited in tsUwt that its entire population can de vote their attention (oono department of labor, this very fact may strengthen de government, but in a nation like our wo where we Lave States within the ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 18 January 1863

X V r ' : t : ( pastortllt Pinion. ruin L'moa, T UiBiim I () - " " Hi w Tu-Vmiii rio,pcr uua ,....J6 W) WaadT L'moa, mnuiu ' ..- W SUNDAY MORNING, JAN. K 18C3. Assessment for the Relief of the Poor. We published a few days (go a card from Mr. Fowlih, Stats Comptroller, calling on those' individuals who hare been aaseftsed bj the Governor for tari- ous auniH, (o he. applied to th Vllerf . the poor of this city (jr"icinitjr, and who had not yet refunded (, the assess uenf, to haac'' in t.jr contrthations without deia. t'iQkBnjuch a ihe necessi tiM of the por w),o nrcded relief, were of the most uisgen( nature.' Deforo Mr, LlLul'lished this card a num- l-T.r if noranna liarl hnndrrl in Virion! i, and it was to be hoped that all rould come forward when the destitu tion of hundreds of our fellow-citizens, most of them widows and orphans, was suggested to them. We regret to say that a Dumber of the persons assessed, and some of those most able to contribute, have made no response whatever...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 18 January 1863

LOST, OH JTfNDAT KKJHT OB KONDAT MORNIJ10, t' 15 inrt., Porjtet-Book, eonlntnlne; fir f .1.1, from Jllrem mihomi to mjneir, a fi.r U Hang, pajann w mje-n Mid vm 13 to money. I will give I tMHxr In tbe Pneket Book, to any who will It wilii the eonWnU, at the l'wt oroe. t Ja.lSt HERBERT WBVM4V. y: .r:tSCHOOL NOTICE.: 41 ,1 FIKRKBT AHNOCNCB TO MT W'HOL A RS fl that I have srnrel ph-awtM and commonlona. vmatfl, at No 3o Cedar street, between Fnmmer n(f awrf (It. Martin's (nirwr residence,) where I will . m-npn'n my ! "" ' Kooai net, tin: lith inrt., -Ztf&V Jl. IOIIMAN. IFO TJ 1ST D, TKAMnrrR-fl pay ( f.rtii i' atr, which f ne ean h.ve by rolling at thin pVe ni paying r tr sdvet t -jici t. Ticturo Car For Hale. RTr: A DAfitKRRFtNOH FICTTKR CAR .m) n large stock1 1 wl-b u Mill. They can he ma calling at the ear on thn Franklin pike, about a aife from be Public Nnre. .....,, jBHt ) CARPENTER. S50REWAKD, fif-H TDK R F.TI; nN or A haiiii, 1 fcrjr Pocket II"ok,wintalnin;atM,nu m, I" Die-J...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 20 January 1863

. i ..... t ASH IMON; VOL I. NASIIVILLE, TENNESSEE, .TUESDAY,: JANUARY 20,' 1803; ' ' NO 241 liLT NOS. aiu LOCATION or HOSPITALS IN NASIIVILLE. N, 1 Olil Gun Fa.-tory, Cherry atreet, on tha Hill. , " 2- in'vmtlr Building, Market street, 00 the V- Vr-KnMey'a Building, S.K corner Public &imri '' Howard High rVhnol, College street, ou the Hill. ft flun tai try, oprr end Trout street. ; " S College tret, near Broad. 7 College "treet, between Church and Brot.1.' g.Mnlr rtall, Clmrrh itre"t, tifr Bummer. Carriage Factory, Market ttreet, below the (Square. t. ioMrdlcal College, College atreet, on tha Hill. 11" PT Hotit " Oa tho Vnlvemlty Pike, " 12 Broadwny Hotel, Broad treet,0 jmor Cherry. it i:j nnme High School, Pprnce atreet, cor. Broad. It Fama'e Hehool, Church atreet, near Chatta ' ho"r In-pol. l.-nyn'i' High School, IdneatreH, corner Sum tner. m i Cordon Blnrk, corner Broad etroct and Blvr Landing. nOrriaiM' HnnrnMr-l'lanlent Hotel, Sum- uki alreel, ooruer l)eatiTlk. - 11 Corner...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 20 January 1863

HJasfajiUc Virion. For Freedom and Nationality . ) n. C. PIKIICCU, Kdlfor. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 20, 1863. Number of the Rebels in the Late BittleRelatite Losses. !. i It sjijiesrs that our army took, at tbe battles of Stone's ICiver, 3,500 prisoner and paroled, tUm wh represented 145 regiments, knd 10 batteries. Estimating tLt strength of each regiment at 500 men, wonld make the rebel army ruore than 72,000 atrongr, while o estimate each regiment at 400 would make an aggre gate of 58,00. Thug it appears that the great rebel General of the South-west fought us on ground of his own choosing, with an army stronger in number, and got badly beaten. The more tbe event and its circumstances are inquired into, the greater seems to be the chitrgin and mortification Of the rebels. The Rich mond journals are almost as bitter as they were over Van Dona's faux pis at Corinth. The Chattanooga Jleliel grows desperate, and tries to lie out of the dis aster, by parading figures which arc lu dicrous...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 20 January 1863

DrobriUe Mmn. TKliMS: nt Cmoii,pwloi...'. 00 at p ", ., amok 20 i.Wiiklt Cmo, por ",lurn W 00 WILT Union, P W 00 0J2-DAY MORNING, JAN. 20, 18C3. Arrival of,, the Fleet. after conBiderble dctcntioa by low V And other causes, tbe Cumberland ill maife its grsnd entry to our land on Sunday morning, escorted by two m and tawncy war-dogs which cast shor'on the oppoaite nide of the river, though they were not disposed to cul ate anybody's acquaintance. Al- iiiirh the snow and slush underfoot re abominable, still the bright sun- ne, and the approach of so large a jt, a sort of aquatic military procession, .lectod many hundreds citizens and idiers, on the river bank. And a gay d lively spectacle it was to the boats 'eeping around.. the point one by one, Bt belching up pitchy columns of vol nic smoke, and then whirling aloft, leir silvery wreaths of steam. tJach an armada had not been seen bore r many a day not since rebellion vept steamboats and commerce from it waters. It suggested in a mos...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 20 January 1863

(COHCLCDtl) ritOH FIRST TASK..) J 0 Iotp,"12lh Term, co'J, teriouilf in tb lfg ; priTfcl Tho.v Yaneey, I2th Tenn,co J, criout in ;; Scrgt AC Hack, 8th Tenn., co K,';erioulj in bow ell ; 2d Lieut I) M LUlf, 8th Tenn, co 0, RcricOHljr in thigH ; prirt6 1) B FrtnkB, 10th Tenn., co G, slightly in thighs; FA Fisher, 51st Tenn., co A, lightly in thighs ; M I) Grant, th Tenn., ?o I), in shoulder; V IS George, Kth Tenn,, ro i:, seriously in knee ; Lieut 'V A Ursnt, 8lh Tenn , co !, riooly iri Knes; pritS Foster, Tih Mio., w F, li?htly in head; J M Col lins '.'tith Tenn., ro II, ncriously in hip ni sile; Scrgt W M Wharton 1.11th Tenn., ro J, serionsly in chest nd breast; firivaton K B oilman, 1.14th Tenn., co j, ftliftlit scalp and head; T M Bright, U'Hh 'J'enr. , co Ii, serionsly in chest and head;N M I)ufry,.')lst Ten., enj, slightly in log and liead ; J F Sitnms, .'51st Tenn., ro J, slightly in thiph and head ; Lieut J I) ttyer, fclh Tenn., ro J, perionsly in hips and head; privates V F()...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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