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The Daily Dispatch: November 22, 1862., [Electronic resource], The appearance of the Yankee Army in Front of Fredericksburg — shells Thrown into the town — supposed destination of the threatening force. (search)
the garden of Mr. Joseph Alsep which fronts on Main street, where the courses, except in the immediate vicinity, are closely built. There was also one shot through the Paper Mill, George, a son of Mr. John Timberlake, who was at the upper and of town, a looker on, had the loss of one foot lacerated by a passing shot, which was the only injury sustained on the part of citizens. Tuesday was a remarkably quiet day. No firing on either side. The only incident was the gallant conduct of Capt. Green, of the 47th regiment, (at home here on special duty.) and a squad of four men. With four cavalrymen Capt. G. crossed the Rappahannock at Banks's Ford, a few miles above this place, dashed at a wagon train, captured eight men and several mules. Had his force been a little larger he might have set fire to and burned the wagons some of which had ammunition in them.--This heroic and daring little party did not have much time to tarry, as a force of infantry were near at hand, from whom they