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The Daily Dispatch: November 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], Stop the Runaways.--one thousand dollars reward. (search)
nt from the vicinity of Petersburg to City Point were destined for Plymouth. The result has been seen. For several hours, on Wednesday mhey will attempt a further advance at present. The capture of Plymouth — loss of the Albemarle. The capture of Plymouth, North CarolinPlymouth, North Carolina, by the enemy is explained by later accounts. A lack of sufficient watchfulness on the part of our troops seems to have been the prime caus blockading fleet in Albemarle sound, some eight or ten miles from Plymouth, took a small torpedo boat and started for Plymouth. On the way, Plymouth. On the way, they found a small boat, containing six of our men, in the river, stationed there as a picket guard; but all of them being asleep, they were taken prisoners. Then proceeding to Plymouth, they found the Albemarle at the wharf, and running the torpedo boat under her, Amidships, blow hand only one man wounded. There was no force of the enemy near Plymouth with the exception of the five or six gunboats in the sound; but t