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Evacuated. --The Yankees at Suffolk on hearing of the Plymouth disaster burned their camps at Suffolk, evacuated the place, and retired to their fortifications near Portsmouth. While this was being done a party of their negro soldiers violated the person of a young lady living near Suffolk. Evacuated. --The Yankees at Suffolk on hearing of the Plymouth disaster burned their camps at Suffolk, evacuated the place, and retired to their fortifications near Portsmouth. While this was being done a party of their negro soldiers violated the person of a young lady living near Suffolk. Evacuated. --The Yankees at Suffolk on hearing of the Plymouth disaster burned their camps at Suffolk, evacuated the place, and retired to their fortifications near Portsmouth. While this was being done a party of their negro soldiers violated the person of a young lady living near Suffolk.