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Attempt to cross the Rapidan — the enemy driven back. Yesterday morning a report was received by the Central cars that Meade's army had crossed the Rapidan river at Morton's, Somerville, and Raccoon Fords in large force.--This report subsequently proved untrue. By the train yesterday evening we get the following facts of the affair, which gave rise, doubtless, to the report mentioned: On Sunday morning about daylight the enemy appeared in large force at Morton's Ford and commenced cattery. A brisk fire was opened, which was replied to by the Confederates, and in a short time the fire from the other side of the river ceased. Five or six prisoners, captured in the skirmish at Morton's Ford, were brought down on the Central train last night. They speak of Meade's army having been much strengthened, and say that he has a "big lot" of men with him. Up to 11 o'clock yesterday there had been no renewal of the attempt to cross by the Yankees and no further fighting.
Rapidan (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Attempt to cross the Rapidan — the enemy driven back. Yesterday morning a report was received by the Central cars that Meade's army had crossed the Rapidan river at Morton's, Somerville, and Raccoon Fords in large force.--This report subsequently proved untrue. By the train yesterday evening we get the following facts of the affair, which gave rise, doubtless, to the report mentioned: On Sunday morning about daylight the enemy appeared in large force at Morton's Ford and commenced crossing. They crossed a considerable body of men and then stopped. As they apparently intended to send over no more just then, our forces attacked those already across, and after a short fight drove them back to the other side.--The affair was a short and almost bloodless one, our loss being reported at one killed and three wounded. It was of such short duration that the troops engaged in it were back in their old camp by 4 o'clock P. M., preparing supper. At the same time that the demons
Raccoon Ford (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Attempt to cross the Rapidan — the enemy driven back. Yesterday morning a report was received by the Central cars that Meade's army had crossed the Rapidan river at Morton's, Somerville, and Raccoon Fords in large force.--This report subsequently proved untrue. By the train yesterday evening we get the following facts of the affair, which gave rise, doubtless, to the report mentioned: On Sunday morning about daylight the enemy appeared in large force at Morton's Ford and commenced crossing. They crossed a considerable body of men and then stopped. As they apparently intended to send over no more just then, our forces attacked those already across, and after a short fight drove them back to the other side.--The affair was a short and almost bloodless one, our loss being reported at one killed and three wounded. It was of such short duration that the troops engaged in it were back in their old camp by 4 o'clock P. M., preparing supper. At the same time that the demons
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M. Krakar, upon the the charge of giving false lists to the Collector of the War Taxes in his district, was examined on yesterday before Alex. H. Sands, a commissioner appointed for that purpose. The accused appeared by Messrs. W. W. Crump and G. A. Myers, his counsel. Pleasant Gentry, Deputy Collector, testified that he called on Krakar, who keeps two stores, on the 23d of October last for his lists, when two lists were furnished him; one of them being for $600; the amount of the other he could not recollect; that he thereupon carried the papers to the office of Mr. C. J. Sinton, the Collector; that he afterwards called upon Krakar again, and he furnished him with a list to the amount of $1,350, which he afterwards increased to $1,560; that upon suspicion of foul play in the returns given, Krakar was arrested.--Several other witnesses were examined, whose testimony corroborated that of the first witness, showing that the suspicious of the Collector were well founded. The acc
G. A. Myers (search for this): article 1
M. Krakar, upon the the charge of giving false lists to the Collector of the War Taxes in his district, was examined on yesterday before Alex. H. Sands, a commissioner appointed for that purpose. The accused appeared by Messrs. W. W. Crump and G. A. Myers, his counsel. Pleasant Gentry, Deputy Collector, testified that he called on Krakar, who keeps two stores, on the 23d of October last for his lists, when two lists were furnished him; one of them being for $600; the amount of the other he could not recollect; that he thereupon carried the papers to the office of Mr. C. J. Sinton, the Collector; that he afterwards called upon Krakar again, and he furnished him with a list to the amount of $1,350, which he afterwards increased to $1,560; that upon suspicion of foul play in the returns given, Krakar was arrested.--Several other witnesses were examined, whose testimony corroborated that of the first witness, showing that the suspicious of the Collector were well founded. The ac
M. Krakar, upon the the charge of giving false lists to the Collector of the War Taxes in his district, was examined on yesterday before Alex. H. Sands, a commissioner appointed for that purpose. The accused appeared by Messrs. W. W. Crump and G. A. Myers, his counsel. Pleasant Gentry, Deputy Collector, testified that he called on Krakar, who keeps two stores, on the 23d of October last for his lists, when two lists were furnished him; one of them being for $600; the amount of the other he could not recollect; that he thereupon carried the papers to the office of Mr. C. J. Sinton, the Collector; that he afterwards called upon Krakar again, and he furnished him with a list to the amount of $1,350, which he afterwards increased to $1,560; that upon suspicion of foul play in the returns given, Krakar was arrested.--Several other witnesses were examined, whose testimony corroborated that of the first witness, showing that the suspicious of the Collector were well founded. The acc
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M. Krakar, upon the the charge of giving false lists to the Collector of the War Taxes in his district, was examined on yesterday before Alex. H. Sands, a commissioner appointed for that purpose. The accused appeared by Messrs. W. W. Crump and G. A. Myers, his counsel. Pleasant Gentry, Deputy Collector, testified that he called on Krakar, who keeps two stores, on the 23d of October last for his lists, when two lists were furnished him; one of them being for $600; the amount of the other he could not recollect; that he thereupon carried the papers to the office of Mr. C. J. Sinton, the Collector; that he afterwards called upon Krakar again, and he furnished him with a list to the amount of $1,350, which he afterwards increased to $1,560; that upon suspicion of foul play in the returns given, Krakar was arrested.--Several other witnesses were examined, whose testimony corroborated that of the first witness, showing that the suspicious of the Collector were well founded. The ac
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nted for that purpose. The accused appeared by Messrs. W. W. Crump and G. A. Myers, his counsel. Pleasant Gentry, Deputy Collector, testified that he called on Krakar, who keeps two stores, on the 23d of October last for his lists, when two lists were furnished him; one of them being for $600; the amount of the other he could not recollect; that he thereupon carried the papers to the office of Mr. C. J. Sinton, the Collector; that he afterwards called upon Krakar again, and he furnished him with a list to the amount of $1,350, which he afterwards increased to $1,560; that upon suspicion of foul play in the returns given, Krakar was arrested.--Several other witnesses were examined, whose testimony corroborated that of the first witness, showing that the suspicious of the Collector were well founded. The accuse was held to bail in the sum of $46,000 to appear before the Judge of the Confederate States District Court, on the 10th day of December next, to answer for the said offence.
Alexander H. Sands (search for this): article 1
M. Krakar, upon the the charge of giving false lists to the Collector of the War Taxes in his district, was examined on yesterday before Alex. H. Sands, a commissioner appointed for that purpose. The accused appeared by Messrs. W. W. Crump and G. A. Myers, his counsel. Pleasant Gentry, Deputy Collector, testified that he called on Krakar, who keeps two stores, on the 23d of October last for his lists, when two lists were furnished him; one of them being for $600; the amount of the other he could not recollect; that he thereupon carried the papers to the office of Mr. C. J. Sinton, the Collector; that he afterwards called upon Krakar again, and he furnished him with a list to the amount of $1,350, which he afterwards increased to $1,560; that upon suspicion of foul play in the returns given, Krakar was arrested.--Several other witnesses were examined, whose testimony corroborated that of the first witness, showing that the suspicious of the Collector were well founded. The acc
C. J. Sinton (search for this): article 1
Taxes in his district, was examined on yesterday before Alex. H. Sands, a commissioner appointed for that purpose. The accused appeared by Messrs. W. W. Crump and G. A. Myers, his counsel. Pleasant Gentry, Deputy Collector, testified that he called on Krakar, who keeps two stores, on the 23d of October last for his lists, when two lists were furnished him; one of them being for $600; the amount of the other he could not recollect; that he thereupon carried the papers to the office of Mr. C. J. Sinton, the Collector; that he afterwards called upon Krakar again, and he furnished him with a list to the amount of $1,350, which he afterwards increased to $1,560; that upon suspicion of foul play in the returns given, Krakar was arrested.--Several other witnesses were examined, whose testimony corroborated that of the first witness, showing that the suspicious of the Collector were well founded. The accuse was held to bail in the sum of $46,000 to appear before the Judge of the Confederat
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