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d- 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 supplie