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The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], More of the raid — the division of Kilpatrick's command. (search)
More of the raid — the division of Kilpatrick's command. The Northern, news confirms the statement that the late expedition against Richmond was led by Gen. KilGen. Kilpatrick, with Col. Dahlgren as second in command. After reaching Beaver Dam on Monday, and, destroying the water station and tearing up a few hundred yards of the track at that point, the force divided, Kilpatrick with his command passing through the upper part of Hanover into Louisa, where he took the mountain road, which he fowas carried off a prisoner. The Departure of the raiders. The fate of Kilpatrick's command was a matter of great anxiety to the Yankees on the Peninsula. On 11th Pennsylvania cavalry, cause up to Tunstall's Station three times to meet Kilpatrick, and finding he had not arrived went back. The last time they came up they mCol. Bradley Johnson, with his gallant body of men, who had been hammering at Kilpatrick's column, then found Dahlgren in his own rear wills a largely superior force,
The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], The question of Exchange — arrival of Confederate prisoners from Point Look out. (search)
thern files as fare as the 3d inst. The War news. The account given of Kilpatrick's raid are very meagre, only extending to the time of their occupation of Spoerald's dispatch from the Army of the Potomac, dated February 29th, says: General Kilpatrick at Spotsylvania Court-House about dark on Monday. From this point Colonas parked. His mission was to destroy the artillery, roads, telegraphs, and Kilpatrick. Washington, March, 1.--The latest information received here from the Aron on the part of Lee, to avoid a battle by keeping behind his entrenchments, Kilpatrick has been heard from. The report is favorable, Lee's communications no longers reported to-day at Culpeper that Hampton's Legion had been badly whipped by Kilpatrick with a loss of several hundred prisoners, Hampton-himself among the number. This expedition was highly successful. The diversion created in favor of Kilpatrick could not have been greater. The 3d and 5th corps remained on the open field