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The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], More of the raid — the division of Kilpatrick's command. (search)
"Glen-Birney," (Hix's farm,) Waller's battalion of local troops were engaged with Henley's battalion, and behaved very handsomely. The cavalry, under Maj. Wm. S. Wood, returned to the city Saturday night under the following complimentary order from Maj. Gen. Hampton: March 5th, 1864. Major Wood. Major: Move your command as seen as you are ready back to Richmond, and report to Gen. Elzey. The Chesterfield and 42d battalion will also return. I beg you to express to these troops my thanks for the promptness with which they moved to the front, and for the cheerfulness they have manifested in the discharge of their Yours very respectfully, Wade Hareson, Maj. Gen. Arrival of Dahlgren's body. Yesterday evening Lieut. Christian, of Co. H. 9th Va. Cavalry, with an escort, arrived in Richmond by the York River train, with the body of Col. Ulric Dahlgren, the leader of the Yankee, raiders, who was killed at Stevensville, King and Queen county, on Wednesday night.
Recaptured from the enemy. --The following negroes, stolen from their owners by marauders, were recaptured near Walkerton, in King and Queen county by Lieut. Pollard, and committed to Castle Thunder on Saturday. Pleasants, Nelson, and Ephralin, slave of Plamer Hobson, of Goochland county, Va. Anderson, Lewis, William, John, Nat, and James Heath, slaves of Dunlop Fisher, Goochland, John and Robert slaves of Wm. C. M Henrico; William, Robert, and Philip, slaves of Col. J. A Tompkins, Roces, and William, slaves of James A Korson, of Goochland; Walker, slave of William Cuper, of Louisa; Chastain, slave of Jack While, Powhatan; Thomas, slave of Martin Springfellow, Orange; Newman, slave of Fisher, Goochland; Arthur, slave of Anderson King, Hanover; George, slave of Dr. McKensie, Powhatan; William, slave of Ben Green; Philip, slave of B. Trent, Cumberland; Joe, slave of Edward Streight, Louisa; Patrick, slave of Baswift, Louisa; Billy, slave of Jas Dunlop, Richmond; Mack, slave