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Our informant also gathered from the same officer that the command of Colonel Gregg, which approached Richmond through Goochland, numbered 3,600, making the aggregate of the two divisions 7,000 men. Among other citizens captured by them was Mr. Joh Whilst the operations above mentioned were going on the Brook turnpike, the column of the enemy which went into Goochland county were ascertained to be approaching the city by the Westham Plankroad. A portion of the city troops, consisting of t There was no truth in the report published yesterday that Mr. Patterson Allan fled with the Yankees when they visited Goochland on Tuesday morning. The enemy did not reach Mr. A.'s farm; but as soon as that gentleman heard of their proximity to hi In his hasty retreat he was fired at five or six times by the pursuing enemy. A gentleman named Pleasants, in Goochland county, is said to have killed a Yankee Lieutenant, and taken twelve privates prisoners. Matters yesterday. Yester
Recaptured. --James, slave of Mrs. Land, of Hanover, George, slave of Emily Shelton, of Goochland, and Rentz, slave of Col. E. Fontaine, negroes taken off from their owners by the Yankees who have recently been raiding around Richmond, were yesterday recaptured by our troops and committed to Castle Thunder to be called for by their owners. When found they were in the neighborhood of the Chickahominy swamp, and when overtaken by some of Col. Robinson's battalion they did not manifest much aversion at being brought back. There were also committed to the Castle yesterday as suspicious characters, the following negroes: Hundley Mitchell, Junius Mangram, and Joe Hawley.