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The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], The question of Exchange — arrival of Confederate prisoners from
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Though the courtesy of the Exchange Bureau we have been placed in possession of Northern files as fare as the 3d inst. The War news. The account given of Kilpatrick's raid are very meagre, only extending to the time of their occupation of Spotsylvania Court House. The following dispatches with reference to his movements are copied from the Baltimore American of the 3d. New York, March The Herald's dispatch from the Army of the Potomac, dated February 29th, says: General Kilpatrick at Spotsylvania Court-House about dark on Monday. From this point Colonel Dahlgren was dispatched to Frederick's Hall, midway between the junction of the Virginia Central and the Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroad and Gordonsville, where the whole of artillery was parked. His mission was to destroy the artillery, roads, telegraphs, and Kilpatrick. Washington, March, 1.--The latest information received here from the Army of the Potomac is up to nine o'clock this morning. Heavy