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The Daily Dispatch: November 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], Stop the Runaways.--one thousand dollars reward. (search)
news in them.--Grant's failure is coming to light. In New York, on Monday, gold ran up to 229½, and at the first board, on Tuesday, went up again to 238. In Baltimore, on Tuesday, it went up to 239. Around Richmond — a Brilliant account of Mahone's picket haul. All is reported quiet around Richmond and Petersburg. A correspondent, writing from below Richmond about the late fight, says that,-- On the north of the James, the lowest estimate I have heard of our losses, in killed, wbetween these. No official report of losses has yet been made public. The Herald says that, "somehow, the report has gotten abroad that Grant lost four thousand men." A dispatch from the army on the south side gives a flaming description of Mahone's picket haul there on Sunday night. The idea that his loss was heavy, when he did not lose a man, is particularly good: At the point of connection between the Second and Fifth corps' pickets, they made an entrance, and, passing from one pos