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who arrived in the city from the vicinity of Pred- that up to this hot have crossed to this side of having two ges con- throw navy force over the strength of neighborhood to each regiment, their as to serve the in marching, being di and carried by their . They commenced on the first time, to throw out the town. On Thursday cavalry ventured out some town, but being tired upon they best a ready and rapid.

dwellings, besides the and the Farmers' Bank, as hospitals. The citizens loyal, the only exception , Clarks, who is said to be in them, entertaining them to . This individual is a , Yankee, from the heart of New We give the following receipt, Yankee thieves gave to a gentlemen . They have committed depredations, and this paper, in face m est thievery and is the only redress offered injured:

of the Rappahannock

Gap. opposite Fredericksburg, County, Va., April 24, 1862.
that there has been received of John P Morrison the follow- supplies: 25 bushels of corn, at . Such supplies will be accounted in the property returns of H. Mclivaine, A. Quartermaster, Battery A, of less.

said property will be entitled in the same after the suppression upon proof that he has, from himself as a loyal citizen States, and has not given aid the rebels.

authority of Geo. W. Dawell, A, P. V.

H. Mcilvaine.

1st Lieut. and A Quar'r.

Captain Light Artillery,--

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