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The Daily Dispatch: July 10, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ut also to the upper fords in the vicinity of Hancock.--He consequently was compelled to retreat on the roads through Smithsburg and Creagerstown, probably towards the South Mountain. He will there find to dispute his further progress to-day, Gen. French's force, a portion of Gen. Heintzelman's troops, and considerable reinforcements from Schenck's department.--Gen. Meade is also in close pursuit, and will reach Frederick this afternoon. The water in the Potomac is too high to ford with cannothe enemy, and at daylight a vigorous attack was made on the enemy's rear guard, which in vain attempted to check the pursuit of the fleeing army. The distance from Gettysburg to the Potomac is fully forty miles, and wish the assistance of Gen French and the old garrison at Harper's Ferry, numbering about 15,000 men, including most of the Maryland regiments, who are understood to be properly posted to check his flight, we have strong hopes of being able to so operate on the fleeing rebel co
Flag of truce. --The flag of truce boat which arrived at City Point on Wednesday afternoon brought up 312 paroled men, 12 officers, 3 political prisoners, and 3 ladies, and to-morrow morning a like number of Yankees will be started from this city for City Point. They were brought over from Belle Isle last evening. We append the following list of officers brought up from City Point, the most of whom have been in the hands of the Yankees over twelve months: Col. W Von Schureling, Gen French's Staff, Capt David Wagster, 12th Tenn; Capt J. C. Jamison, Burbsidge's regiment; Capt W. C. Bird, 1st Fla; 1st Lieut F. Turner. Co I, 4th Tenn; 1st Lieut J. D. Tolley, Co. I, 8th Tenn, 1st Lieut J. C. Duvall, Burns's artillery; 1st Lieut W. P. Newman, Co. II. 2d Tenn cavalry; 2d Lieut D. C. Bane, Co. B. 50th Tenn, 2d Lieut E. E. Knight, of North Carolina; 2d Lieut T. C. Murrell, Gen Cheatham's Staff; 2d Lieut B Garnett, Campbell's battery.