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The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], From Fredericksburg — the battle commenced — Repulse of the enemy — probable Continuation of the engagement. (search)
ul. Under the protection of their heavy batteries they succeeded in crossing — in what force we were unable to ascertain. Our men fell back in good order. It is stated that our batteries completely sweep the plateau at this point, and that so far from having secured any advancing by the passage of the river, they have placed themselves in exactly the position that our commanding General wishes them. Exasperated at their warm reception, the enemy want only shelled the town, killing a Mr. Grotz, an old citizen, and mortally wounding his brother.--The residences of Messrs George P. King and — Vaughan were fired by the shells and totally destroyed. We understand that the troops composing the corps of Gen. Longstreet were mainly engaged in the fights of yesterday, and that nearly all the loss pertained was in that corps. The latest advices received are contained in a dispatch dated 6 o'clock, which states that a large force of the enemy had succeeded in effecting a crossi