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The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
'clock P. M. We were the first Union men that crossed. We then passed over into the town, which was nearly desolate. There was not a solitary soldier visible. A few of the poorer classes were on the streets. The best houses were closed. The John Brown engine-house and magazine and armory buildings we have reported saved. Three cars of grain and coffee for Winchester, for the engines to haul, were emptied into the river on Friday, and also a lot of cotton. The cars were marked "Miller Rifies, Winchester." Five trucks, loaded with machinery and pipes, stand in front of the hotel, marked "Richmond." Near the armory fifty flint-lock muskets were thrown into the river. Our boys are fishing them out. At the camp grounds, in the rear of the town, there was nothing left of any value. The town and surrounding country present the most desolate appearance ever seen. The physician who was attending the troops says that in the Mississippi and Alabama troops about fifty were down