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Doc. 88. General Draper's expedition. Point Lookout, Md., June 21, 1864. The expedition that left here on Saturday night, June eleventh, has just returned, and proved to be a complete success, having had two engagements with the rebels, and destroying and capturing over three hundred thousand dollars' worth of property, a large proportion of which belonged to the rebel government. The expedition consisted of both land and naval forces, the former under the command of Acting Brigadier
he mills containing Confederate flour, and visiting the extensive lands and mansion of Mr. Hunter.
A large number of negroes left his plantation and followed us to the boats.
We got our stock all on the transports, and started them again to Point Lookout.
At Tappahannock we landed, and again had a skirmish with the rebels, we holding possession of the town with the infantry, while the cavalry made some large hauls on the rich planters in the immediate vicinity.
In the evening, the rebels ha