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The Daily Dispatch: May 31, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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e finally triumphed over fanaticism and the thirst for power, and that its third year shall witness the pure ministration of peace healing the wounds of our war-stricken country. Yankee gunboats at Fredericksburg. A Fredericksburg letter in the New York Times says: The first Union gunboats ever anchored at Fredericksburg came up the Rappahannock at 4 P M yesterday, and are now lying at the wharf opposite the city. Their names are the Jacob Bell, Captain Schulze; the Yankee, Lt Hooker, and the Fuschin; Capt Street. They left the mouth of the river, where for a long time they have been on blockading duty, on Monday morning, the 16th inst, dragging for torpedoes as they proceeded. Ten were found and removed without casualties on our side, and four more not yet anchored were found and destroyed on Prowatt's Island. At this point an expedition under the command of Capt Street was sent out some distance into the country, resulting in the capture of Acting Master Burl