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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book I:—Richmond. (search)
monstrations, and thus gave his long column time to escape. At last, on the 1st of June, he was rejoined by the whole of his rear-guard, and quietly resumed his marield; and it was the Federals who renewed the conflict on the morning of the 1st of June. During the evening Hooker had again struck into the Williamsburg road, whifound it difficult to cross on the 31st of May, had become impassable on the 1st of June; and these generals, availing themselves of the latitude which McClellan usuht probably have been able to enter Richmond with then. The combat of the 1st of June, in which but a few thousand men were engaged on either side, had notwithsta the generals who succeeded him in command for not having followed up on the 1st of June their success of May 31st. He complains, moreover, of not having been inforas we have stated, would probably have achieved an important success on the 1st of June, if they had put in motion the troops encamped at Gaines' Mill, on the eveni