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The enemy's movements. A party of the enemy's cavalry, on Monday last made a visit to New Kent Court-House, twenty- eight miles below Richmond. The object was probably to reconnoitre the country, as we have not learned that they committed any further depredations upon a people whom they had previously robbed of a vast amount of property. While McClellan continues his preparations on James river for another advance towards Richmond, his cavalry will scour the Peninsula in the direction of Williamsburg for information respecting any apprehended movement of the Confederate forces.
e $50, in addition to the United States bounty. Mr. Richard Busteed, corporation counsel of New York, who was imported to stir up the people, made a speech. Having rapidly and powerfully sketched the crying evils of this unholy conflict, the speaker asked his bearers what they proposed to do in regard to the rebellion. (A voice, "Fight.") Your fathers, and your brothers, and your sons, continued Mr. Busteed, are out at this solemn hour of the night marshalled in battle array on the James river to defend your country — not from a foreign invasion, not from an attack by any foreign power, but from an invasion by the very man with whom you have solemnly sworn to protect and defend this country in every, even to the last, extremity. (Cheers and cries of "Not every nigger.") Yes, sir, every negro, as you would protect every person who was weaker than you, and who required you to do so. (Here some confusion occurred, and a voice cried out that no negro worshippers were wanted, while