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[535] horses, the enemy destroying another wagon in which was forty or fifty long-range guns and three thousand rounds of ammunition, taken out by them to arm some tories.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

[Signed]

Daniel Ruggles, Brigadier General Commanding District. Fredericksburg, Va., September 12, 1879.
A true copy of the original report, with the addition of explanatory notes.

Daniel Ruggles. Brigadier General late Confederate States Army.

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