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Chapter 4: Ride to Richmond. expedition on the James river. a prisoner of the ninth VJames river. a prisoner of the ninth Virginia cavalry. fishing and shooting. Sunday in camp. headquarters at Hanover Court. house. c
m whom I received orders to ride at once into Richmond for the purpose of executing some important d riding, and I might hope to exchange him in Richmond, my captured horse having been lost in the ra ral army.
It was nearly night when I reached Richmond.
Wet, cold, and weary, I rode immediately to have been expected, the joy of the people of Richmond was very great at the deliverance of their ci t had been a month before.
My business in Richmond was speedily transacted, and the following da an time had been pushed forward towards the James river, being close upon the enemy's formidable po e of receiving from the Post-Quartermaster at Richmond a noble black horse to replace the chestnut d ch to Hanover county, on the opposite side of Richmond, to recruit our horses, and organise some bet [6 more...]