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detachment of five hundred men under Colonel, Dahlgren, while General Kilpatrick with the main body he country, destroying farms and forage, when Dahlgren discovered that the negro had betrayed him, aecretary of War. Retracing his steps, Col. Dahlgren marched down the river road, destroying thalties have not yet been ascertained. Col. Dahlgren, Major Cook, and Lieut. Colonel Litchfieldy, 6th inst., at noon, to afford relief to Col. Dahlgren's party. On Monday, 7th instant, at 7 A. ided them with a boat. Four of these were Col. Dahlgren's white soldiers and one was his colored sfterward give themselves up as prisoners. Col. Dahlgren's servant says that he saw the Colonel's ne New York Times contains a long biography of Dahlgren, from which we learn that he was twenty-two yd service under Fremont. He was a son of Admiral Dahlgren. Recounting his exploits, his biographerve into Maryland, in June and July, 1863, Captain Dahlgren was still doing duty at the headquarters [6 more...]