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Port Royal, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
Yankees in King George and Westmoreland. A correspondent, writing from Port Royal under date of the 21st, states that the Yankees have withdrawn their pickets from Port Conway, just opposite Port Royal; but scouting parties appeared there almost daily. A courier had just arrived, bringing information that five Yankee gunboaPort Royal; but scouting parties appeared there almost daily. A courier had just arrived, bringing information that five Yankee gunboats had come up to Layton's Ferry, in Westmoreland, about 15 miles below Port Royal. He also stated that about 1,000 Yankee cavalry were encamped in Westmoreland, just opposite Layton's, and that they were committing many depredations upon the country adjacent to that point. t arrived, bringing information that five Yankee gunboats had come up to Layton's Ferry, in Westmoreland, about 15 miles below Port Royal. He also stated that about 1,000 Yankee cavalry were encamped in Westmoreland, just opposite Layton's, and that they were committing many depredations upon the country adjacent to that point.
Port Conway (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
Yankees in King George and Westmoreland. A correspondent, writing from Port Royal under date of the 21st, states that the Yankees have withdrawn their pickets from Port Conway, just opposite Port Royal; but scouting parties appeared there almost daily. A courier had just arrived, bringing information that five Yankee gunboats had come up to Layton's Ferry, in Westmoreland, about 15 miles below Port Royal. He also stated that about 1,000 Yankee cavalry were encamped in Westmoreland, just opposite Layton's, and that they were committing many depredations upon the country adjacent to that point.
Westmoreland (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 9
Yankees in King George and Westmoreland. A correspondent, writing from Port Royal under date of the 21st, states that the Yankees have withdrawn their pickets from Port Conway, just opposite Port Royal; but scouting parties appeared there almost daily. A courier had just arrived, bringing information that five Yankee gunboats had come up to Layton's Ferry, in Westmoreland, about 15 miles below Port Royal. He also stated that about 1,000 Yankee cavalry were encamped in Westmoreland, just opposite Layton's, and that they were committing many depredations upon the country adjacent to that point.
Westmoreland (search for this): article 9
Yankees in King George and Westmoreland. A correspondent, writing from Port Royal under date of the 21st, states that the Yankees have withdrawn their pickets from Port Conway, just opposite Port Royal; but scouting parties appeared there almost daily. A courier had just arrived, bringing information that five Yankee gunboats had come up to Layton's Ferry, in Westmoreland, about 15 miles below Port Royal. He also stated that about 1,000 Yankee cavalry were encamped in Westmoreland, just t, states that the Yankees have withdrawn their pickets from Port Conway, just opposite Port Royal; but scouting parties appeared there almost daily. A courier had just arrived, bringing information that five Yankee gunboats had come up to Layton's Ferry, in Westmoreland, about 15 miles below Port Royal. He also stated that about 1,000 Yankee cavalry were encamped in Westmoreland, just opposite Layton's, and that they were committing many depredations upon the country adjacent to that point.
Yankees in King George and Westmoreland. A correspondent, writing from Port Royal under date of the 21st, states that the Yankees have withdrawn their pickets from Port Conway, just opposite Port Royal; but scouting parties appeared there almost daily. A courier had just arrived, bringing information that five Yankee gunboats had come up to Layton's Ferry, in Westmoreland, about 15 miles below Port Royal. He also stated that about 1,000 Yankee cavalry were encamped in Westmoreland, just opposite Layton's, and that they were committing many depredations upon the country adjacent to that point.