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The Daily Dispatch: December 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], The raid into Southwestern Virginia--depredations of the enemy. (search)
de on Elizabeth City, which was occupied on the 10th without opposition, the "rebels" being taken by surprise. Artillery and cavalry, as well as considerable naval force have left to cooperate with General Wild, and Elizabeth City is likely to be made the base of "important" operations. Military Affairs in Texas. According to the Northern accounts the Confederates are massing a heavy force in Texas. The St. Louis Democrat gets the following information from a person when left Denton, Texas, on the 1st inst: The rebel army in Texas was generally at posts on the outskirts of the State. Kirby Smith commanded the troops in Texas. Gen. Steele is at Dakinville, seven miles north of the Red river, near the State line, with a small force. Rebel pickets are at the crossing of the river and line the road. Price is 18 miles south of Washington, with 3,600 or 4,000 men. The entire force of the enemy under Marmaduke, Shelby, and Cabelle, are near him. Quantrell has bee