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The Daily Dispatch: January 11, 1865., [Electronic resource], The disastrous end of the Pollard raid. (search)
rear, and, if possible, delay them until the main force of the brigade should arrive. This was attempted, and the remainder of the fight was in the nature of a race, our men endeavoring to head the Yankees off. The hardest fight occurred at Mrs. Williams's, eighteen miles below Pollard, half an hour from sundown, on Saturday. There, for the first time, the enemy were fairly routed, and began to drop their plunder, clothing, stores, etc.; first, consisting in great part of ladies' clothes; thommand slowly made their way back, they were able to estimate the amount of the disaster done to the enemy. Not less than two hundred of them (mostly negroes) had been killed, besides the wounded; and the road, for the last eight miles--from Mrs. Williams's — was strewn with the plunder, which there was now leisure to collect. On returning to Bluff Springs, they had not been dismounted ten minutes before horses as well as men were stretched on the ground, having been in constant motion for si
Hustings Court. --The proceedings of the Hustings Court of Magistrates on Tuesday will be found below: Andrew H. Thompson, charged with stabbing and wounding William Williams, with intent to maim, disfigure and kill him, was sent on for trial before Judge Lyons. The accused was bailed in the sum of five hundred dollars for his appearance. Henry S. Arnold, indicted for larceny, was acquitted. The court then adjourned till eleven o'clock this morning.