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The Daily Dispatch: March 2, 1864., [Electronic resource], Daring raid of the enemy — they Approach within three miles of the City — their Repulse on the Brook road — reported Fighting on the Westham Plank road. (search)
ich they are reported to have struck between Taylorsville and Ashland, and the others moving off through Louisa into Goochland county. Early in the day yesterday nothing could be heard from Ashland, on account of the interruption of the telegrape at this point did not exceed 1, 3000. In the fight nothing but artillery was used. The column that went into Goochland county paid a visit to the farm of Hon. James A. Seddon, Secretary of War. We heard last night that the damage done by theome twenty-five miles above this city. Gen. Henry A. Wise, who was at the residence of his son-in- law, Mr. Hobson, in Goochland, narrowly escaped capture. He was at Mr. H.'s when the enemy went to Mr. Seddon's place, and hearing of their presenceolumn of their forces which approached on the Brook road are under Gen. Kilpatrick, and that the column which went into Goochland is commanded by Gen. Gregg. The main body of Kilpatrick's forces crossed the Chickahominy at Meadow Bridges late in th