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The Daily Dispatch: July 28, 1862., [Electronic resource], in Fredericksburg — the enemy's movements. (search)
dericksburg by means of a bridge of canal boats had constructed other bridges, one supported rubber pontoon boats, but a sudden rise of swept them away. Mansfield, the Federal Provost Marshal, ordered to Washington on Monday last. It was that his leniency towards the citizens had the United States Government, and it isthe of their condition was patiently borne entertained towards him the same feelings they did for Gen. Reynolds, who had also himself as a gentleman, and had Mansfield captured by our troops, an application would manner have been made to the authorities at Richmond for his release on parole. The story that Slaughter and Joh this capital in behalf of General is pronounced a sheer fabrication of a correspondent, those gentlemen having made use of terms to that effect. Captain by Mansfield as acting Provost Marshal. have now been thrown out this side of Runaway negroes are flocking in quarters on their way North, and the town with them. G