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The Daily Dispatch: June 29, 1864., [Electronic resource], The fight with Hunter's command at Hanging Rock. (search)
Captain Shelley lost, out of about sixty men, all except seven. Capt S it seems, had been ordered to hold a certain point at all hazards, when he was completely surrounded by the enemy, and made to suffer heavily, as above stated. The enemy finally succeeded in extricating himself from our cavalry, and proceeded on his route, but, from what we consider reliable information, he will find many obstacles in his path before he reaches his own lines Under the direction of Gen Echols and Maj Dorman, who are in that portion of the State, the roads as far out as the Sweet Springs have been effectually blockaded at a number of points, which obstructions, it is thought, will enable our cavalry, that of McCausland and Imboden, together with a force under Gen Edward Jackson, from the front, to inflict an immense amount of damage upon the enemy. During their march through the town of Salem the enemy did not take time to molest anything, believing that our forces were close in their rear
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