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The Daily Dispatch: April 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ade and all the other brigades accompanying him, will never meet this division again in battle. During the night they managed to carry off their artillery in the darkness. We opened upon them at early light next morning, and they commenced to retreat. General Banks returned from Harper's Ferry between 9 and 10 o'clock A. M., and placed himself, at my request, at the head of the command, ten miles from the battle field pursuing the enemy. Reinforcements, which we had ordered back from Williams's division, and which I had ordered forward during the night, now came pouring in and with all these we continued the pursuit, pressing them with vigor and with repeated and destructive attacks as far as Woodstock, where he halted from mere exhaustion. The enemy's sufferings have been terrible, and such as they have nowhere else endured since the commencement of this war; and yet such were their gallantry and high state of discipline that at no time, during the battle or pursuit did they g
Did not appear. --On Monday, Cora Williams appeared before one of the city alderdermen and procured a warrant for the arrest of a man named James Denny, or Dervis, for threatening a violent assault, who, in pursuance of the mandate, was duly nabbed and put in the cage during the day. The case was to have been eliminated yesterday, but the witness failing to respond to her name, the accused party was directed to make himself scarce with all convenient speed — an injunction which he did not hesitate to obey.