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om our soldiers in arms they captured none. It is literally true that they burnt three flouring mills owned by private citizens, and grinding not on Government account, but for private citizens. That they succeeded in diverting attention from Kilpatrick is true; but that this is all they sought to accomplish is disproved by the papers found on Dahlgren, and by the statements they made to citizens whom they captured and afterwards released. To these latter they said that their object was to bus. That they succeeded in diverting attention from Kilpatrick is true; but that this is all they sought to accomplish is disproved by the papers found on Dahlgren, and by the statements they made to citizens whom they captured and afterwards released. To these latter they said that their object was to burn the bridges over the Rivanna, destroy the stores at Charlottesville, push on to the canal, and finally meet Kilpatrick in Richmond. This latter part of their programme Gen Lee frustrated.