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The Daily Dispatch: July 22, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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hought that some days will be occupied in recuperating both men and horses after their fatiguing marches in the intense heat. Gen. Lee's army is reported to be pushing on as rapidly as possible towards Culpeper, and will probably not halt until it cross in the Rappahannock. It is said to be greatly dispirited. The killing of a Yankee Lieutenant in Norfolk particulars of the affair — Coolness of the Walgat — his fate. A brief notice of the killing of "Lt. A. L. Sanborn, (a Vermont Yankee,) Co., B, 1st regiment U. S. volunteers." in Norfolk, Va, by D. David M. Wright, a prominent physician there, has been published. The affair occurred on Main street, opposite Market Square. A correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer gives the Yankeeside of the particulars of the highly meritorious deed performed by Dr. Wright. He says: A company of colored soldiers, recruited here, was parading under the command of Lieutenant Sanborn. When passing the large dry goods store of