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The Daily Dispatch: December 28, 1863., [Electronic resource], The
Yankees in the Valley. (search)
The Yankees in the Valley. The recent advance of the enemy up the Valley seems to have been one solely of plunder. In Harrisonburg they robbed every store in the town, besides several private residences. Isaac Paul, A. Lewis, J. W. Beach, Theophilus Ott, Rodeffer & Golliday, Sibert & Koogler, R. P. Fletch & Bro., and Lowenbeck & Bro., were the principal sufferers. The Yankees entered the town about 12 o'clock on Saturday night, and a portion of them remained until Monday morning.--During their visit they took occasion to pay their respects to the office of the Rockingham Register, where they pled a lot of type, and destroyed one of the process.