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Suffolk, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
From Suffolk. --Passengers who arrived in Petersburg Wednesday afternoon brought intelligence that Suffolk has been again occupied by the Yankees. About 2,000 infantry, a regiment of cavalry, and a company of artillery, make up their force. The residence of the Rev. W. B. Wellons, who is now a refugee in Petersburg, has been taken for the headquarters of the General in command, and from appearances the place is to be again occupied as a regular military post. From Suffolk. --Passengers who arrived in Petersburg Wednesday afternoon brought intelligence that Suffolk has been again occupied by the Yankees. About 2,000 infantry, a regiment of cavalry, and a company of artillery, make up their force. The residence of the Rev. W. B. Wellons, who is now a refugee in Petersburg, has been taken for the headquarters of the General in command, and from appearances the place is to be again occupied as a regular military post.
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From Suffolk. --Passengers who arrived in Petersburg Wednesday afternoon brought intelligence that Suffolk has been again occupied by the Yankees. About 2,000 infantry, a regiment of cavalry, and a company of artillery, make up their force. The residence of the Rev. W. B. Wellons, who is now a refugee in Petersburg, has been taken for the headquarters of the General in command, and from appearances the place is to be again occupied as a regular military post.