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d out raiding parties in every direction to cut off supplies from our army. That this is his now settled policy there can be scarcely a doubt, and it is clearly foreshadowed in the following editorial which we find in the Philadelphia Inquirer, of Monday last: "Jeff Davis's means for supplying his army near Richmond, and for swift communication with his Southern dominions, consist of three railroads and a canal. The railroads are the Virginia Central, just broken up by Sheridan, at Trevillian; the Richmond and Petersburg, now cut off by Smith at one end and Butler at the other, and the Richmond and Danville, which is the only one that Davis has left. This, however, is a very important road on account of his connections. At Burkesville, fifty-three miles from Richmond, and the same distance from Petersburg, it connects with the Lynchburg road, furnishing communication with that place and also with Gordonsville, although by a long and inconvenient circuit. From Burkesville, th
Custar's sword. --We saw yesterday afternoon the sword of the Yankee General Custar, captured in a charge at Trevillian's, Saturday, by Lieut. C. F. Brickhouse, 15th Va. cavalry. it was taken from his orderly. It is a weapon made no better than, and in a style similar to, the Confederate cavalry sabre. It had the mark of a sabre cut on the hilt.