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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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From General Lee's army. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Northern Virginia, March 6th, 1864. The excitement which permeated the entire army from Monday until Friday has subsided, and quiet again reigns supreme on the Rapidan. In addition to the injuries previously mentioned as having been committed by the raiders, I learn that they destroyed, in their retreat from Charlottesville, the Page Flouring Mill, in the county of Green, and the flouring mill of Gen. R. A. Banks, in the county of Madison. In the latter mill there was, I am told, a large amount of wheat and flour, which was of course destroyed.--Many of the negroes who were carried off by the enemy contrived to effect their escape, and have returned to their masters within our lines. The heavy firing heard here on Thursday a said to have been target firing by the enemy in Culpeper county. A small force of the enemy's infantry crossed at Germania Ford on Friday night, but recrossed to Culpeper on Satur