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The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], The question of Exchange — arrival of Confederate prisoners from Point Look out. (search)
f the Potomac is up to nine o'clock this morning. Heavy musketry carbine probably, firing was heard early this morning off to the extreme light, in the direction of Stanardsville, where it is supposed that cavalry were engaging the rebels. Madison C. H. as well as Spotsylvania C. H. are in one possession. There is an evident disposition on the part of Lee, to avoid a battle by keeping behind his entrenchments, Kilpatrick has been heard from. The report is favorable, Lee's communications nopeper to-day, says, that Gen. Custar, with 1,500 picked men, in light marching order, left Culpeper C. H. about 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon. The Sixth and Third Corps marched from their winter; quarters in the day. The former halted at Madison C. H., and threw out a strong pickets, while the latter in the neighborhood of James and held the of Robertson's road. About on Monday the raiders left their resting place near James City and then the road for Charlottesville. The men had