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The Daily Dispatch: May 13, 1864., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 12, 1864., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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ll his our-house, and committed many other depredations. It is also stated that Spears's ire was particularly excited against Maj. B. because he had heard that it was through the latter's instrumentality his movements had been reported. At Jarratt's depot, besides the depot, water tanks, wood sheds, etc., they burnt the residences of Mr. Wm. Jarratt, H. Field, and others. It is hardly probable that he will return to the railroad, as at all points that thoroughfare is too well guardedMr. Wm. Jarratt, H. Field, and others. It is hardly probable that he will return to the railroad, as at all points that thoroughfare is too well guarded. He has doubtless gone back to Suffolk, or may endeavor to form a junction with the troops now at City Point and Bermuda Hundreds. A fight occurred at Swift Creek, three miles from Petersburg, Monday. It lasted with more or less vigour for some two or three hours at this point, and skirmishing more or less sharp went on upon the northside of the creek nearly to Fort Clifton.--Our troops at the close of the day occupied the position they held before the fight began, and we are glad to be