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The Daily Dispatch: July 28, 1862., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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e several roads. Only about one hundred and forty men, under Col. Davies, reached the railroad station, where they were entirely unexpected. They captured Capt. J. L. Moseley, of Virginia, an aid of Gen. Stuart's, who was waiting for the cars. He had upon his person a letter from Gen. Johnston, recommending him to that officer, it appears that Gen. Stuart was at Athens Station, nine miles from Richmond, and that General Stonewall Jackson was between Charlottesville and Staunton. Capt. Moseley was bearer of dispatches from Gen. Stuart and Gen. Jackson. Col. Davies destroyed the railroad and telegraph lines for four or five miles, and the station containing ammunition, flour, and other valuable property, the water tanks and a large quantity of coalwood in the which Captain Moseley had expected to take which had on board a brigade of troops to reinforce Jackson, was due. It is a mistake to suppose, as a Washington paper states, that any railroad bridge was destroyed