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Dahlgren's ride into Fredericksburg. This incident is scarcely of sufficient importance to dem
y a sensational press.
In the Memoir of Ulric Dahlgren, by his father, Rear Admiral Dahlgren, theRear Admiral Dahlgren, there is quoted from the account of a newspaper correspondent the following vivid sketch of the affair dred men all told.
The tide ebbed, and Captain Dahlgren left his hiding place with his fifty-seve
The Rebel cavalry were in every street.
Captain Dahlgren resolved to fall upon them like a thunder d.
Having cleared the main thoroughfare, Captain Dahlgren swept through a cross street upon another petuous charge drove them back again, and Captain Dahlgren gathered the fruits of the victory--thirt but few efficient men.
The evening before Dahlgren's raid Captain Simpson's company, from Norfol as many men in Fredericksburg at the time as Dahlgren, and of these several were sick and others wi you propose of the article sent in regard to Dahlgren's ride into Fredericksburg.
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