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The Daily Dispatch: July 23, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ss their confidence that the rebels will make a raid into the Valley, as far as Winchester, before many days. The force at Winchester, if compelled to retreat, will fall back upon this place, which we can hold against vastly superior odds. The movements of our forced state, but I believe that General Fope has posted as to full Jackson, should be venture too far. There seems to be a general impression Winchester will be the scene of a fierce battle before a week. It is rumored that Jackson, with one half of the large army which he took to Richmond so suddenly, has returned, and been reinforced by the numerous guerilla bands about the country. During the last ten days our vast depots of supplies at New Creek, and other places, have been broken up, and the stored removed elsewhere, so that the rebels can have no temptation along the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. There is not much prospect of their interfering with the on this as they are well guarded by Adju
n the habit of assembling, to the annoyance of her neighbors. The testimony went to show that Mrs. Totty made use of cards in reading the fates of her various customers; but she strenuously denied this, saying that the only agencies employed were the palms of the hands and coffee grounds. Her occupation she said was the making of pills and other decoctions, which she sold for the benefit of suffering humanity. On promising to stop practising the black art, she was permitted to slope. --Alex Jackson, a free negro, arrested for his supposed knowledge of the party who killed Mrs. Schriever, was let off.--Daniel Murphy, the lad charged with shooting John Murphy, for applying an opprobrious epithet to him, was called; but the being unable to appear, the case was laid over until to-day.--Fames Barefoot, slave of Robert Trower, was convicted of stealing a cutting knife from the stable of R. S. Glazebrook, and ordered to be punished.--Mark H. Moss, J. B. Signiago, and Bill, slave of W. H.