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The Daily Dispatch: May 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], The War News — Grant Quiet — Another Reverse for Butler on the Southside — the battles in Louisiana, &c. (search)
being repulsed at Amelia Court-House, they proceeded to Wilson's, which they destroyed. They then proceeded on up the road to Wellsville Depot, which they also burnt; from thence to Blacks and Whites, which they burnt. From this station their purpose was to go up to the High Bridge, via the Junction, but learning at Blacks and Whites that a strong force was at the Bridge, they turned off to the South and took a very circuitous route to Trotter's Store, in Brunswick, and into the edge of Lunenburg. From Trotter's Store they went to Lawrenceville, where they found a quantity of county salt, all of which they emptied into the road and drove their wagons and teams through it. They also destroyed a considerable quantity of tithe corn, and a small quantity of bacon there belonging to the Government. They captured Lieut Carber, the enrolling officer at that place. They rushed into the town yelling like devils.--The people were greatly alarmed, but offered no resistance. There was