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The Daily Dispatch: July 30, 1862., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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wing: Headq'rs Cavalry Brigade, July 19, 1862. General — The bearer, John S. Mosely, late first lieutenant first Virginia cavalry, is en route to scout beyond the enemy's lines towards Manassas and Fairfax. He is bold, daring, intelligent, and discreet. The information he may obtain and transmit to you may be relied upon, and I have no doubt that he will soon give additional proof of his value. Did you receive the volume of "Napoleon and his Maxims" I sent you through Gen. John S. Winder's orderly ? J. E. B. Stewart, Brig.-Gen. Commanding Cavalry. Major-General T. J. Jackson, Commanding Division of the Valley. The citizens of Fredericksburg are to-day celebrating the anniversary of the battle of Bull Run. Many of the stores are closed, and the inhabitants are nearly all out on a picnic, where secession flaunts its scarlet robes unrebuked. Printed sheets of doggerel verse, delivered by some female rebel, are being hawked through the streets, while
Interfering with Market men. --The country people attending the Richmond markets have preferred complaints to Gen. Winder, through Samuel Ellis, Clerk of the 1st Market, that they are much annoyed by soldiers stationed on the New way to market. Sons of lowed what they want; will take it, and if an objection is interposed damage ensues to the luckless wight who complains. Sometimes, to gain their point, the sportive soldiers will playfully remove a athwart the sconce with pistol o. gal Ellis, Clerk of the 1st Market, that they are much annoyed by soldiers stationed on the New way to market. Sons of lowed what they want; will take it, and if an objection is interposed damage ensues to the luckless wight who complains. Sometimes, to gain their point, the sportive soldiers will playfully remove a athwart the sconce with pistol o. gan silences all opposition. Gen. Winder told Mr. Ellis to apply at the headquarters of Gen. Lee for redress of the grievances complained of.