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The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], More of the raid — the division of Kilpatrick's command. (search)
ch we are forced to abbreviate in consequence of lack of space. It appears that as far back as last Wednesday our scouts reported that the enemy were concentrating at Culpeper Court-House, and it was further reported by two deserters that Meade would cross the river on Monday.--No attention, it seems, was paid to this information, and when Sedgwick did cross Robinson's river on Saturday night, it was thought to be only an attempt to intercept and recapture the prisoners taken by Mosby on the 22d, in London. He had 7,000 infantry, and occupied Madison Court-House on Sunday morning. He also brought with him about 2,500 cavalry and two pieces of artillery, under Gen. Custar. The cavalry and artillery, commanded by Custar, left on Sunday for Stanardsville, Green county, where it arrived on Monday, and pushed forward to Charlottesville. About twelve o'clock they arrived in the vicinity of Rio Mills, where Stuart's horse artillery, under Major Beckham, was stationed. As soon as the ene