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The Ninth "On to Richmond." The Federalists are essaying their ninth "on to Richmond." They have had three by the way of the Piedmont, viz: One under McDowell, the first Manassas; one under McClellan, when he captured the wooden guns at Manassas, and fled back to Washington affrighted at the mysterious disappearance of the Confederates under Johnston, who he apprehended might as mysteriously appear again and catch him floundering in the mud; and use (last of the three) under Pope. They have had two by way of the Peninsula — the first under the Beast, and the second under McClellan. One via the river, cut short at Drewry's Bluff, and two via Fredericksburg, the first under Burnside and the second under Hooker, the Northern Bombastes. So here are eight "one to Richmond." Now General Keyes proposes the Ninth, and our citizens are entertained by the daily rumors and dispatches by couriers, announcing the whereabouts and doings of the body or bodies of Yankees whom it is designed
The Daily Dispatch: June 29, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Yankee advance — a change of Base. (search)
ntry was composed chiefly of foreigners, the Dutch predominating. After being paroled the prisoner was allowed to go at large, and escaped by way of Charles City county, arriving in this city yesterday morning. By the evening train on the York River road we have the latest intelligence of the movements of the enemy. Saturday evening the force from Diascund bridge, in James City county, arrived at the White House, after a march of 15 miles. That evening a Lieut.-Colonel, who was with McClellan while he occupied that point, made a visit to the farm of a lady near by and stated in conversation that the Federal force on the Peninsula numbered about 11,000, and was under the command of Gens. Keyes and Gordon, the former being chief. Persons who saw them at the The Yankees have committed very few depredations in New Kent, but on Friday a raid was made by them across the Pamunkey into King William, during which they destroyed a good deal of property and carried off a large numb