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The Daily Dispatch: May 13, 1864., [Electronic resource], The movements on Richmond — the fighting around Richmond. (search)
rought in last night by a courier, who reported that at seven o'clock they were in force on the Mechanicsville road, cooking their suppers. Some movement was expected to be made by them this morning. Our wounded. The following is a list of the officers wounded in the fight near the city yesterday who up to nine o'clock last night were received at the officers' hospital: Lieut. W. T. White, G, 33d N. C.; Lieut. J. W. Tate, F, do.; Capt. W. J. Collins, G, do. do.; Lieut. L. Bedrick, G. Cobb's cav.; Lieut. R. F. stead, I, 38th Va; Capt. W. G. Mims, G, 3d Ala., Lieut M. L. Barber, D, 43d Ala.; Lieut R. G. Redwood, K, do. do.; Lieut. P. Arber, C, 5th N. C. cav.; Lieut. T. W. asterling, G, 5th S. C. cav. Brig. Gen. Gordon, of N. C., is at the me hospital, suffering with a musket-diet wound in the left arm, which it is and will have to be amputated. He was adding his bridle-rein when struck. The all entered the forearm, breaking the bone, d passing through the muscle of the