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The Daily Dispatch: August 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 22 0 Browse Search
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Personal. --Among the arrivals in the city yesterday were Wm. N. McVeigh, (President of the Back of the Old Dominion,) Alexandria; Henry W. Thomas, Fairfax; E. J. Lloyd, Alexandria; Capt. Dan Conner and Thomas S. Lubbock, Texas; Dr. A. M. Fauntleroy and Geo. Jackson, late U. S. A.; Charles F. Pope, Goochland.
, and the position of the two forces was such as to warrant the hope that the Federal troops engaged would be captured. At Hanover Junction, an absurd report was in calculation that Stuart had been repulsed with the loss of two regiments and three pieces of artillery. As his force consisted solely of cavalry and artillery, those who understood the position of affairs gave no credit to this rumor. Some seven or eight prisoners were brought down from the Junction by the train, who were captured in a skirmish on Tuesday afternoon.--They say that the Federal force in the neighborhood consisted of three regiments of infantry, ten pieces of artillery, and 600 cavalry, and state, also, that Burnside is landing at Fredericksburg with 40,000 men. It is well known, however, that this latter statement, if not wholly untrue, is greatly exaggerated. It is pretty well understood that Burnside sailed from Hampton Roads on Monday, with about 10,000 and that he intended to reinforce Pope.
d for on the ground that he is too lenient. Gen. Pope is carrying out his "orders." The Warrenton ld, telegraphing on the 1st, says: Major General Pope and staff and escort left this village a Dr. Bingham, of the village, waited upon Gen. Pope, yesterday, and asked if he would enforce thshall enforce the order to the letter," said Gen. Pope. "I did not make it without deliberation, anty and intercede with President Lincoln; but Gen. Pope issued a stringent order that none of them sand hear without the remotest amazement that Gen. Pope means to make his headquarters in their new ay of hunger and fatigue. The orders of Gen. Pope, relative to the oaths of allegiance and witwhatever forces may there be collected. Gen. Pope, on his way hither, was received with enthusthe last few days by the stringent orders of Gen. Pope. Several deserters having been found guiltyns, and says the soldiers are "jubilant over Gen. Pope's orders relative to the property of the reb