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The Daily Dispatch: February 9, 1864., [Electronic resource], The operations of the enemy on the Peninsula — their reported Retire sent to New Kent Court House. (search)
The operations of the enemy on the Peninsula — their reported Retire sent to New Kent Court House. After their repulse at Bottom's Bridge, on Sunday morning, the enemy fell back to Talleysville. at the junction of the old Williamsburg and Hanover roads, about twenty-four miles distant from this city. Here they command in considerable force until about soon yesterday, when they retired to New Kent Court House. Their force at Talleysville on Sunday, as reported by one of Col. Shingler's couriers, consisted of three brigades of infantry, four regiments of cavalry, and twelve pieces of The impression is that this demonstration as an advance otheir men are observed to fall beneath the well directed him of our artillery, whilst the loses of their cavalry suffered quite security. Their raiment to New Kent C. H. Indices that apprehensions are entertained that the formidable obstacles and in their path were anticipated in the first inception the movement. There can b