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The Daily Dispatch: May 17, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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onorable, or braver than their brethren in arms in other sections of the grand campaign. On Wednesday morning, about 5 o'clock, a servant man from Dr John M Sheppard's, residing about a mile from this place, came down breathless with the intelligence that an immense cavalry force (say 15,000 men) were at his master's, and wou Goodall's they cut up feather beds, destroyed furniture, and stole all Dr Goodall's clothes, save those on his persons. At Mr James Winston's, Sr, at Dr John M Sheppard's, at Mrs Hopkins's, on the Mountain Roan, at Mr Rowe's; indeed all along in their route, the devils appropriated everything they could lay their thievish hands wood burned, and garden injured, at about $25,000. Mrs Hopkins's loss is heavy in crops destroyed, fences burnt, and bacon and other stores stolen. Mr Rowe's, Dr Sheppard's, and Mr James Winston's losses are heavy. They captured Capt Geo Hopkins, who was on a Court-Martial, and in fetal violation of every honorable or decent ins