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presumption that he is one or the other. " Stuart's great raid — the Ineffectual efforts to cut , Md., dated the 13th, announces the escape of Stuart's cavalry on their return from their Pennsylvaity of clothing and shoes. The failure to bag Stuart caused much mortification in the Federal army.hese had not returned at latest accounts. General Stuart and several others of the principal officeication felt there at the successful escape of Stuart. It says: It is said that the failure to arrest the escape of J. E. B. Stuart and his bold rebel cavalry, in their dash through Pennsylvan had been sent by Gen. McClellan, stating that Stuart would probably retreat up on the line which he took proper measures to prevent the return of Stuart to Virginia, and the fault must be with the suFerry states that he was in the presence of Gen. Stuart a few minutes before he crossed the river w carried out his programme with much success. Stuart's men and horses looked extremely exhausted, b[5 more...]
The Scare in Pennsylvania. The fright caused by Stuart's cavalry raid in Pennsylvania, is one of the comic features of the war. The expectation expressed by a Philadelphia paper, that he would establish a Provisional Government at Harrisburg, unless the entire militia of the State succeeded in making prisoners his handful of horsemen, was extremely rich. The Philadelphia press has probably recovered its equanimity by this time, and discovered that the only thing "Provisional" which StuartStuart desired of them was confined to forage and supplies. We can use by the alarm in Pennsylvania at a single cavalry raid, what would be the sensation of the Southern Confederacy should really invade them in good earnest! Perhaps at no distant day the South may return some of the courtesies of this kind which it has received at their hands. At all events, let us hope that the cavalry will be often over the border, and secure some of their fat cattle and solid citizens, as hostages for their trea