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The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1864., [Electronic resource], Later from the
Later from the North. A gentleman who has seen a New York Tribune of May 28th, has kindly furnished us with some items of news from its columns. Gold was quoted at 186½ The war news was of no great importance, and the public mind at the North awaited with anxiety the result of the strategic movements of Grant. A Washington correspondent says that Fredericksburg has not been evacuated, but that all the Government stores have been removed from there. It is added that Mosby's "guerillas" have occupied the last ten days in destroying all the bridges and blockhouses erected by the Yankees between Union Mills and the Rapidan. Joshua R. Giddings, the famous (or infamous) abolition agitator, is dead. We should be pleased to record the demise of any number of his co-workers in evil.
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