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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    left bank of the Danube, required of Major-General Hentzi that he should spare the town of Pest and the Chain Bridge. I had at the same time guaranteed both to him and his troops a humane treatment should they even Subscribers-only content

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    defeated Army of Virginia rested within sight of the waters of the Potomac, a mile and a half from Chain Bridge, and then placed itself within the shelter of the forts. Even Acquia Creek has been abandoned. Alexandria, whence the Subscribers-only content

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    position on the banks of the Potomac, on the 24th, occupyinmg the line, as before, from Alexandria to the Chain Bridge. The defences around Washington were being strongly fortified- Anumber of heavy guns were mountod there on the 24th and Subscribers-only content

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    eide of the Potouiac, in Virginia. The army was under arms the whole night, from Alex. andria to the Chain Bridge. The enemy advanced t along the entire line in considerable force, and drove in n the pichet guarde. Their Subscribers-only content

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    of the 6tb, some of the firing appearing to come from the vicinity of MIunson's lill and above the Chain Bridge. Cause not known. The energy and activity of the army inspires the Government with confidence in the successful mainte. Subscribers-only content

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