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ter this city on Tuesday last, was wielded by Lieutenant Pollard, of the Ninth Virginia cavalry, on Wednesday d of Walkertown, in King and Queen County. Lieutenant Pollard, with the greater portion of his own company,ks of the road, a few miles above Walkertown, Lieutenant Pollard learned that the enemy had taken the river roaid. Richmond Dispatch, March 5, 1864. Lieutenant Pollard, commanding company H, of the Ninth Virginia sely at every step by scouts detached from Lieutenant James Pollard's company of Lee's Rangers, now on picket-erry-boat having been previously removed, and Lieutenant Pollard's arrangements for disputing their passage whd, both front and rear, by the Rangers, until Lieutenant Pollard was reinforced by Magruder's and Blake's compamp with about one hundred of his command and Lieutenant Pollard and seventeen men of the Ninth Virginia cavalents of furloughed men, under Captain Fox and Lieutenant Pollard, of the cavalry of the A. N. V., attacked the