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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 16, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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twelve cars loaded with forage. They also tore up the track for a distance of three or four hundred yards on one side of the road, and about one hundred yards on the other, twisting the roads and rendering them useless.--The raiders left Powhatan about three or four o'clock on Friday evening, and reached Appomattox bridge at Maltoax Station, where they came upon a body of Confederate soldiers, placed there to guard the bridge. Our men threw one shell at them, when they turned off, crossed Bevill's bridge, and proceeded to Chula Station, about thirty miles from Richmond. The Yankees having misplaced a switch, the locomotive Waynoka, on the way back from Appomattox bridge, ran off the track and was abandoned by the engineer and conductor. The locomotive was subsequently destroyed by the Yankees. At Chula they burnt all the railroad buildings, the residence of the agent — in fact every house at the place, making a clean sweep. On Saturday morning the raiding party returned to A