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The Daily Dispatch: May 9, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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morning) Brig. Gen. Henning (painful, but not serious), H. C. Williams, It co E., 4th Ga.; W. H. Willia, It col 4th Ga.; B. R. Herty, It co H. 4th Ga.; T. C. James, Adjt. 3d N. C.; W. C. Hodges, col. 17th Ga.; A. K. Melton, Capt. co I, 3d Ala.; W. McKenney, it co H, 12th Ala; R. T. Pry, Maj. 31st Ga; W. B. Jones, Maj. 6th Ga.; J. F. Ferguson, Maj. 5th Ala.; E. J. Martin, A. D. C., to Gen. Johnson; E. D. Willet, col. 1st La.; H. C. Gill, It co B., 1st La; G. W. Woody, It co A., 34th N. C.; J. Castein, It co A., 3d N. C., J. Rossler, it co I, 13th N. C. Movements on the Southside — Butler reported to be in command--two fights at Port Walthall — the enemy Twice repulsed. Owing to the difficulty in transmitting intelligence from the Southside during Friday and Saturday a number of extraordinary rumors were in circulation relative to affairs in that quarter. The rumors relative to the strength of the enemy's force were greatly exaggerated. The transports which had arrived at Cit