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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1864., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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rted. Two sections of the Letcher battery were brought into action yesterday. They received their fire until the enemy got well up, when they opened with grape and canister, mowing great gaps through their ranks and driving them back in confusion. The battery lost not a man. Much of the fighting on the centre was done by Poagne's battery, which sustained itself handsomely. Among our wounded officers are Col. H. D. Capers, of Georgia, in the thigh, not dangerously; and Adjutant Frank Baker, of the same regiment, whose leg has been amputated. In the charge of Thursday evening, Brig. Gen. Lane, of Wilcox's division, was severely wounded in the hip and Brig. Gen. Rickland slightly. We have received the following list of causalities in the 13th Virginia infantry in a skirmish with the enemy near Cold Harbor yesterday morning. Co. A.--Wounded: Corporal J. C. Bethel, severely, in leg. Co. C.--Wounded: Private William Bumpass, seriously, in side. Co. D.--Wounded: Priva
Confederate States Congress. Senate.--The Senate met at 12 o'clock M. yesterday. Prayer by the Rev. M D Hoge, of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Baker, of Fla, submitted a resolution instructing the Committee on the Judiciary to inquire into the expediency of increasing the salary of Confederate District Judges. Agreed to. Mr. Caperton, from the Committee on Foreign Relations, to whom had been referred the resolution relative to violations by the enemy of the rules of civilized warfare, reported the following, which was agreed to. Resolved, That the President be requested to make an exposition, through our Commissioners abroad, to the various European Powers to which they may he accredited, of the violations of the civilized warfare, and of the armcities committed by the Government and armies of the United States in the prosecution of hostilities against the Confederate States of America. The bill to authorize the President, by and with the advice and consent