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February 28.


General R. E. Lee, commanding the rebel army in Virginia, issued an order reviewing its operations for the year 1862.--(Doc. 126.)


The armed rebel steamer Nashville, while aground under the guns of Fort McAllister, on the Great Ogecchee River, Ga., was this day destroyed by the United States gunboat Montauk, under the command of Catain J. L. Worden.--(Doc. 127.)

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