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The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
ral Pierce, who is in command of Camp Hamilton, at Hampton, to send Duryea's regiment of Zouaves to be ferried over Hampton Creek at one o'cloat daybreak, and that after the attack was made upon Little Bethel, Duryea's regiment, and a regiment from Newport News, should follow immediaingly put in motion as ordered, and the march was so timed that Colonel Duryea had got in the position noted upon the accompanying sketch, andication might be cut off, immediately reversed his march, as did Col. Duryea, and marched back to form a junction with his reserves. Genrce on the line of march, and not getting any communication from Col. Duryea, sent back to me for reinforcements, and I immediately ordered C the line of march. At the moment of the firing of Col. Bendix, Col. Duryea had surprised a part of an outlying guard of the enemy, consisti been vacated, and the cavalry had pressed on toward Big Bethel: Col. Duryea, however, destroyed the camp at Little Bethel and advanced. Gen
Davis, Lt. Chas. H. Seaman and Dr. Martin, of Duryea's Regiment, yesterday entered the enemy's line. In the meantime, our regiment, under Col. Duryea's special and personal direction, had marchadvanced, supported by the advance guard of Col. Duryea and three pieces of artillery under Lieut. hich tore off a portion of the rectangle on Col. Duryea's left shoulder, passed through my leg, andth our commands in front, Capt. Denike and Lieut. Duryea, (son of Colonel Duryea,) and about two huColonel Duryea,) and about two hundred of the Troy Rifles upon the right; Colonel Townsend, with his men, to the left; the enemy was ight is here with enclosed and forwarded to Col. Duryea, commanding the Fifth Regiment New York Staroops, will march his command in support of Col. Duryea, Col. Carr, commanding the Second Reg"Boston." Colonels Allen, Carr, Townsend, Duryea and McChesney will take notice and act accordito Hampton creek to support Cols. Townsend and Duryea. I returned to this camp at 4 A. M. of the 10