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The Daily Dispatch: may 2, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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n editorial in Friday's issue of the Herald is being acted upon. The report alluded to is to the effect that a strong rebel force is concentrating, probably from Richmond and Yorktown, at a point about six miles south of Fredericksburg, for the purpose of disputing McDowell's advance across the Rappahannock. The former report that the rebels have a force of 40,000 men at Gordonsville is still adhered to. This force will be increased by the arrival of the column under the flying rebel Jackson. One of the Times correspondents, "C. H. W.," writes from the army now resting before. Fredericksburg, under date of the 25th inst., that two of our gunboats, in passing up the Rappahannock river that afternoon, were fired into from a rebel battery at Urbana, near the mouth of the river. They returned the fire and drove the rebels from their works. The rebel shots did no damage. The same correspondent, writing from Falmouth, says: Three Union men from the other side of th
The Daily Dispatch: may 2, 1862., [Electronic resource], English opinion of Affairs in America. (search)
The Valley. At last accounts, General Jackson's force was at Swift Run Gap. It was believed that there would be a fight unless the Yankees fell back, and some reports say they are already going down the Valley.