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The Daily Dispatch: May 16, 1864., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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ers and 16 pieces of artillery, principally from Page's and Cutashaw's battalions. Grafft's dead in our front are still unburied. The enemy have been busy all day shifting troops from point to point and manoeuvring generally. Brig. Gen Daniels, wounded in the fight of Thursday, died to day. Gen. Ramseur was wounded very slightly. About 1,500 prisoners were captured dur- these fights. Grant's losses, since the campaign began, put at the lowest figures, is 50,000. e members we learn that they had been fighting all of Thursday with very few casualties, and were to have been relieved at dark. Just before dark, however, the enemy made a charge and Doles's brigade on the right gave way, which was followed by Daniels' brigade, which was supporting the battery, also giving way. --The artillerists were thus exposed to a very heavy enfilading and rear fire. The enemy rushed in between the guns and limbers, firing right and left on the men at the guns and the r