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abitants. It is stated that the enemy embarked a large number of troops at City Point on Thursday last. The men occupied five large transports, and the boats were much crowded. Whether these were men whose terms of service had expired, or whose removal from Grant's army has been rendered necessary for operations elsewhere, it is impossible at present to say. The Petersburg train last evening brought over some twenty or more Yankee prisoners, captured in Dinwiddie. The great Wilson-Kantz raid. In the fight at Sappony Church from 500 to 700 prisoners were taken, which, without being sent to Petersburg, were started at once for Georgia. The losses of the enemy in the affairs beyond Petersburg, in prisoners alone, may be safely estimated at twelve hundred. We also captured many hundred small arms, and 60,000 rounds of ammunition. Two additional pieces of cannon have been found in the Nottoway river, making fifteen captured in all, which prisoners say is the sum total tak
restoration with the utmost joy. There are none such now. There are no Union men in the South, except such as are downright traitors, caring little for either side, but always ready to unite with that which pays best. It is almost impossible to find one man out of one hundred thousand who does not believe with the great apostle of negro perfectibility, that the Union is in very truth a "covenant with hell." Lincoln has produced this change through his instruments — Grant, Butler, Sheridan, Kantz, and the like. To him be all the glory and all the consolation. The piratical hordes which have been let loose to wastes and destroy the land have been of great service to our cause. Grieved as we are to witness the ravages they have committed, and the individual distress they have caused, they cannot be said to have done us harm, when the grand issue is considered. They have made every man a patriot. They have plundered all alike — the Union man as well as the sec colonist, and th