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The Daily Dispatch: August 24, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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From Northern Virginia --Outrages on Females.--With the Army of Gen. Lee everything is reported quiet, not even a skirmish occurring to interrupt the rest of our soldiers. From Staunton the report is renewed that the enemy are again threatening that point. About 800 of their cavalry have appeared at McDowell, some twenty miles west of Staunton, and it is believed that their object is to make a raid upon the town. A gentleman who left Winchester on Thursday last says that a Yankee cavalry force, numbering about 150, visited the town on Monday morning last, and remained there several hours. Their force in the Valley below Winchester is not large. At Martinsburg they are reported to have from 1,500 to 2,000, and at Charlestown a small cavalry force and two regiments of infantry. From Loudoun county we have a report that the Yankees are behaving with greater fiendishness than has heretofore characterized their conduct elsewhere, and that they have in several instan