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eaving Frederick's Hall on Monday, they pushed on to Richmond a detachment of five hundred men under Colonel, Dahlgren, while General Kilpatrick with the main body moved upon Ashland, both parties scouting the country thoroughly and doing all possible damage. Col. Dahlgren was to move down to the right of Richmond, destroying the James River Canal, and then taking the river road, was to cross opposite and enter the city from the south side, and attempt the deliverance of the prisoners on Belle Island. Gen. Kilpatrick, with his main body, was to attack the city by the Brook Turnpike simultaneously. It was hoped to reach the city on Monday night, or early on the following morning, when a surprise could be effected. Col. Dahlgren had taken a negro to pilot him to Richmond. His detachment had rapidly moved across the country, destroying farms and forage, when Dahlgren discovered that the negro had betrayed him, and led him towards Goochland instead of to Richmond. On Tuesday morni