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The Daily Dispatch: March 1, 1864., [Electronic resource], Yankee Raids on the Virginia Central railroad--damage thus far Trifling — Exciting rumors of the enemy's movements. (search)
nty of the Yankees, among them Capt. Reid, commanding the party; wounded eight or ten more, and brought off seventy-one prisoners, including a Captain and two Lieutenants, sixty-seven privates, and one negro. Mosby lost one killed and four wounded. He also captured the arms and equipments of the prisoners, and fifty horses. Many of the enemy's horses were killed. Mosby's horse was shot under him. The fight lasted about fifteen minutes. It is reported that the enemy are advancing from Culpeper C. H., by way of Madison C. H., with infantry, artillery and cavalry. [Second Dispatch.] Orange C. H., Feb. 29. --The enemy's infantry occupy Madison C. H., 15 miles above hero. Their cavalry was at Stanardsville today, moving in the direction of Charlottesville. Some cannonading has been going on to-day in the direction of Madison Court House. It is believed to be no more than a resonnoissance on the part of the enemy. Preparations have been made to meet them.
Retreat of the enemy in Northern Georgia. Dalton, Feb. 29. --All quiet this morning. A light rain fell last night. The enemy have retreated behind the Chickamauga. A portion of them went back to Chattanooga, and the remainder have gone into camp at Tyner's Station, Ottawah, and Red House Ford, on the Chickamauga. Our cavalry are beyond Ringgold. Wolford's Yankee cavalry have gone towards Cleveland. It is reported that the Federal General Porter was killed by a shell in the skirmish at Wall Creek Gap. Gen. Hindman is reported to have resigned Yankee dispatches state that Gen. Longstreet has 50,000 men and eighteen batteries. Nashville dispatches mention the capture of a brother of the late Gen. near Columbia.
From East Tennessee. Greenville, Feb. 29. --Bryan's, Robertson's and Anderson's brigades have re-enlisted. Also, a large portion of Johnson's division; and, in fact, nearly the whole command. The best feeling prevails throughout the army.