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Harper's Ferry (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Federal Movements. A letter received in this city yesterday from Gordonsville, says that the Federal forces, under Burnside have all gone in the direction of Fredericksburg. From this it may be inferred that they intend a flank movement, using Fredericksburg as a base of future operations. An officer who left Winchester about four days ago reports everything quiet in that locality. --There had been no advance of the enemy from Harper's Ferry since the plundering raid of Geary on Sunday week.
Federal Movements. A letter received in this city yesterday from Gordonsville, says that the Federal forces, under Burnside have all gone in the direction of Fredericksburg. From this it may be inferred that they intend a flank movement, using Fredericksburg as a base of future operations. An officer who left Winchester about four days ago reports everything quiet in that locality. --There had been no advance of the enemy from Harper's Ferry since the plundering raid of Geary on Sunday week.
Federal Movements. A letter received in this city yesterday from Gordonsville, says that the Federal forces, under Burnside have all gone in the direction of Fredericksburg. From this it may be inferred that they intend a flank movement, using Fredericksburg as a base of future operations. An officer who left Winchester about four days ago reports everything quiet in that locality. --There had been no advance of the enemy from Harper's Ferry since the plundering raid of Geary on Sunday week.