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The Daily Dispatch: March 11, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Desperations of the enemy in Pendleton country, Va. --The Rockingham Register, of the 7th inst, has the following intelligence of the enemy's dotugs in Pendleton county, va. On Thursday of last week, about four hundred of the enemy (infantry) made an advance into Pendleton, from their headquarters at John Snyder's and John Pennington's, in Randolph county. These two men are notorious Unionists, and have long given much aid and comfort to the enemy. On Friday morning they captured a few "Dixie Boys," (the name of a company,) and a few citizens. They continued their advance to the North work, where they arrived on Saturday. evening, about 5 o'clock. They approached this point in two divisions, one traveling the Timber Ridge of Bland road, the other traveling the Senace path. They then surrounded Capt Lanes's company, captured come of his pickets, and drove the company to the east side of North Fork, stole horses from Meses Merper, Jacob Phares, and other citizens. The