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The Daily Dispatch: September 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia — a proclamation. (search)
brings his own weapon, with which many of them are able to kill a squirrel at the distance of from one hundred and fifty to two hundred yards. They are, of course, entirely undisciplined; but better men for manning the rifle pits and earthworks it would be hard to find; and should the enemy give them an opportunity to test their skill upon them, you will no doubt bear a good account of the riflemen of Ohio. Nothing further has been heard of the rebels under Smith since their occupation of Falmouth; but it is believed that he is now either lying there or marching towards this place. In either case there must be a fight between his forces and ours before long. The Raid on the bulletins in New York. A letter from New York, dated the 10th inst., gives the following account of the way the police "suppress" the news when posted up there. The "raid of the bulletins" continues, but aggressive warfare has ceased upon the newspaper boards, and the police have devoted all their