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More of the raid.--the Yankee Colonel Dahlgren killed — important papers found upon his person.-- King William, and ascertained that night that Dahlgren, with about two hundred of his deluded followt once opened upon them; but their leader, Col. Dahlgren, relying perhaps upon his numbers, or stunand one hundred and fifty horses. The body of Dahlgren also fell into their hands, and on his personthe Almighty, and do not fear the enemy. U. Dahlgren, Colonel Commanding. Special orders a a private memorandum of the programme, which Dahlgren had made to enable him to keep his work clear was enclosed in an envelope directed to "Col. U. Dahlgren, &c., at Gen. Kilpatrick's Headquarters, fidential." The letter is not dated: Col. Dahlgren, &c, &c:Dear Col. --At the last momen and has late information." The body of Dahlgren. We understand that the body of this cold the statement. He was hung on Tuesday after Dahlgren discovered that there was a probability of th
. Davis and Cabinet killed! " The "address" setting forth these objects, and signed by Col. Dahlgren, on whose body it was found, appeals to the men under his command, to engage heartily in thee lot of the braves, "who swept through the city of Richmond!" And the pious as well as "brave" Dahlgren, concludes his address to his cut-throat followers thus--"Ask the blessing of the Almighty, and do not fear the enemy!" And they came and the Almighty blessed them not; but Dahlgren is dead and gone to answer for his crimes, while several hundred of his partners in the plot, concocted so delibeainly hung for his services!--The three columns were to have been led by Kilpatrick, Gregg, and Dahlgren. But as no part of the command crossed the river, the two last named brought their men in one night and repulsed! And thus concluded the grand plot which was to have achieved results that Dahlgren assured his men would "write their names on the hearts of 'their' countrymen in letters that ca