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Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Matters in Northern Virginia. There was no news received yesterday from Northern Virginia. A report was circulated during the day that a fleet of Yankee transports were in the Potomac, and that Gen. Meade had gone to Washington to consult with reference to the transfer of the Yankee army of the Potomac from the line of the Rappahannock to the Peninsula or South side. This report doubtless has its origin in the appearance of the Russian fleet, which was recently at New York, in the waterNorthern Virginia. A report was circulated during the day that a fleet of Yankee transports were in the Potomac, and that Gen. Meade had gone to Washington to consult with reference to the transfer of the Yankee army of the Potomac from the line of the Rappahannock to the Peninsula or South side. This report doubtless has its origin in the appearance of the Russian fleet, which was recently at New York, in the waters of the Potomac. This fleet is understood to be moving up that stream with a view of paying a visit to the capital of the Abolition Government.
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Matters in Northern Virginia. There was no news received yesterday from Northern Virginia. A report was circulated during the day that a fleet of Yankee transports were in the Potomac, and that Gen. Meade had gone to Washington to consult with reference to the transfer of the Yankee army of the Potomac from the line of the Rappahannock to the Peninsula or South side. This report doubtless has its origin in the appearance of the Russian fleet, which was recently at New York, in the waters of the Potomac. This fleet is understood to be moving up that stream with a view of paying a visit to the capital of the Abolition Government.
Matters in Northern Virginia. There was no news received yesterday from Northern Virginia. A report was circulated during the day that a fleet of Yankee transports were in the Potomac, and that Gen. Meade had gone to Washington to consult with reference to the transfer of the Yankee army of the Potomac from the line of the Rappahannock to the Peninsula or South side. This report doubtless has its origin in the appearance of the Russian fleet, which was recently at New York, in the waters of the Potomac. This fleet is understood to be moving up that stream with a view of paying a visit to the capital of the Abolition Government.