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From our army. No definite intelligence from our army was received yesterday through the usual channels of information. Baltimore papers, of the 9th, say that our cavalry was foraging in Pennsylvania. We learn that our commissary finds no difficulty in procuring bacon at 10 cents per pound in Maryland for Confederate money, and it is stated that Gen. Lee has intimated that no more stores need be sent him.
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From our army. No definite intelligence from our army was received yesterday through the usual channels of information. Baltimore papers, of the 9th, say that our cavalry was foraging in Pennsylvania. We learn that our commissary finds no difficulty in procuring bacon at 10 cents per pound in Maryland for Confederate money, and it is stated that Gen. Lee has intimated that no more stores need be sent him.
From our army. No definite intelligence from our army was received yesterday through the usual channels of information. Baltimore papers, of the 9th, say that our cavalry was foraging in Pennsylvania. We learn that our commissary finds no difficulty in procuring bacon at 10 cents per pound in Maryland for Confederate money, and it is stated that Gen. Lee has intimated that no more stores need be sent him.