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of sack, pillage and murder from the raid of Kilpatrick and Dahlgreen in March, 1864.
Pollard say command of this expedition was intrusted to Kilpatrick.
He was seconded by Ulric Dahlgren, a younge column was to be divided, a part under General Kilpatrick was to move on Richmond along the north , burning the bridges after them, and rejoin Kilpatrick in the city.
Richmond was to be given to thenough—but let us see farther.
McCabe says: Kilpatrick approached the city by the Brook turnpike, askirted the river, to effect a junction with Kilpatrick, with a view of further operations, or add t magnificent results.
The true history of Kilpatrick's raid and the causes of its failure are thending them around to the north of Richmond, Kilpatrick, with the remainder and main body of the foreping at a respectful and safe distance from Kilpatrick, and avoiding an encounter, General Hampton and his little band of, shall I say, braves, Kilpatrick and Dahlgren would have combined their force
al John K., 121.
Jackson, General T. J., Pen picture of, 135.
James City Cavalry, its organization and service, 353.
James, Captain C. F., 83.
James, Captain George S., 111.
Jones' Farm, Battle of, 337.
Jones. General Sam., 67.
Johnson, General Bull, 81.
Johnson, General Bradley T., 117.
Johnston, General, Albert Sidney, 119
Johnston, Colonel, William Preston, 122.
Kenney's Farm, Battle of, 329.
Kentucky, Attitude of in 1861, 295; soldiers in Mexican war, 59.
Kilpatrick and Dahlgren Raid, 278.
King William Artillery, Carter's Battery, Roster of, 156
Lane, General James H., 324.
Lasker, M., services in Texas, 49.
Last Battle of the War. 309.
Last Gun fired in the War, 42.
Latane, Burial of, Account of the, 192.
Laughlin, Captain, Wm., 248.
Libby, Captain H. S., 225.
Lee's Campaign in 1862 compared with that of Grant in 1864, 138; forces in 1864, 177.
Lee and Longstreet — a criticism, by Colonel Walter H. Taylor, 73.
Lee to the