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The Daily Dispatch: October 30, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ar no more that "the Potomac is safely guarded;" but let us hear that the rebel army is routed, and we shall know that the Union is saved. Army Movements. The New York Herald, in its situation article, says: A reconnaissance was made on Tuesday from Harper's Ferry, under the command of General Geary, with a strong force, into Loudoun county, Virginia, which was very successful. The force consisted of the first brigade of Gen. Geary's division. The enemy was encountered at Glenmoore, a short distance beyond Hillsboro', where a sharp skirmish took place, resulting in the rout of the rebel cavalry and the capture of a number of prisoners. Continuing their march, they reached Waterford, and from thence proceeded to Lovettsville, returning early yesterday. The expedition resulted in the capture of seventy-five prisoners, including a number of officers. Among the latter were Captains Grubb and Everton. Another reconnaissance, was made on the same day, across the ri