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The Daily Dispatch: March 24, 1863., [Electronic resource], The late Yankee advance on the Rappahannock. (search)
papers disclose the fact, if we are correctly informed, that the expedition was, first, for the destruction of the Central Road at Gordonsville by tearing up as much of the track of that road, either way from the above point, as might be found convenient in the time allowed them. From thence they were to proceed to the James River and Kanawha Canal, which they were expected to strike at or near Columbia, In Fluvanna. Thence, crossing the James river, their course was laid out through Cumberland county to Farmville, or the High Bridge over the Appomattox, near that place. The destruction of this bridge was one of the pet objects of the expedition. After the accomplishment of this feat the expedition was to work itself out of difficulty by passing round between Petersburg and the North Carolina line, so as to strike be Yankee lines in the neighborhood of Suffolk. Impossible of accomplishment as this feat would seem to be the distance to travel and the risks to run are no greate