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The Daily Dispatch: June 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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injured. One man only was slightly burned by a piece of red het tell falling on his blanket, which he knocked off himself. The Yankee cavalry, who were in possession of the town about an hour and a half, hold many captives among whom was Col. Virginia Murphy, Dr, Bozeman and Dr. Robert S. Williams. Col. Murphy in trying to escape, in reported to have killed one of his pursuers, and the only one of the enemy that was killed, with an iron le. It is amusing to hear how the affair ended. A littCol. Murphy in trying to escape, in reported to have killed one of his pursuers, and the only one of the enemy that was killed, with an iron le. It is amusing to hear how the affair ended. A little boy, not seeming to recognizes that any of the enemy was present, canine in and said to Dr. Bozeman in a low tone of voice, "we will bag the occundrels directly; 3,000 of our cavalry are just over the hid." The tone of the boy impressed the Yankee General very seriously — He at once got thirsty and pu out for the well. He rent up a signal, and the whole party left more rapidly than they had come. It is thought they abandoned all their prisoners, Soon after their departure portions of our