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The Daily Dispatch: September 8, 1862., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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date. General Longstreet's division, having arrived the day previous, was formed in order of battle on the right of General Jackson, who had been engaged with the enemy since morning. resisting an attack commenced on the 28th. The enemy, on the l erroneous, judging from the above dispatch from General Pope. The only possible line of even temporary retreat for Jackson, that we can perceive, is over the Warrenton turnpike towards the Rappahannock; as McDowell and Sigel are probably betwes, on our front. Important from the Potomac line — a battle on Monday at Germantown.--the enemy completely routed.--Jackson and Longstreet across the Potomac. Another severe battle occurred between the Confederates under Gen. A. P. Hill and five miles from Alexandria. We also have information that on Thursday morning two divisions of our army, one under Jackson and the other under Longstreet, left Drainsville at 8 o'clock, and took up the line of march for the Potomac, one crossi
York, desperately through head and lungs; Gen. Sigel, in the hand; Col. Hays, of 65th Pennsylvania; Col. Soest, 29th New York, very badly; Lieut. Wharton, of 11th infantry, slightly in the arm. From other accounts we extract the following interesting items: Our loss on Saturday, in killed and wounded, is said to have been greater than on Friday, say 4,000. but the loss in prisoners was much more considerable. During the battle a tall, commanding figure, supposed to have been Jackson, was seen in the front and thickest of the fight, mounted on a splendid charger, and waving his sword aloft, urging on his men. Gen. Banks, in the execution of the order to that end, burned yesterday, 147 railroad cars and five locomotives. The National Intelligencer says, it is reported that to provide against the worst that can possibly occur, a squadron of gunboats has been ordered to rendezvous in the Potomac river near Washington. Dispatches received from Fairfax Court-Ho