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The Daily Dispatch: May 9, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
Col. O. M. Roberts, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 12.1, Alabama (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
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wounded Gen. Longstreet in the shoulder, so say the surgeons with whom the Press correspondent conversed, and who examined his wound, and instantly killing Brig. Gen. Jenkins, of South Carolina. Our troops continued to press the enemy until about 4 o'clock, driving back the enemy's left and centre some two miles, our left standinded, most of them slightly, artillery being little used on either side. I grieve to announce that Lieutenant General Longstreet was severely wounded and General Jenkins killed. General Pegram was badly wounded yesterday. General Stafford, it is hoped, will recover. R. E. Lee. Headq'rs Army Northern Va., May 7th, e been received at the officers' hospital in Richmond. They were wounded in Thursday's and Friday's fights: W. L. Saunders, col. 40th N. C., Cook's brig; T. G. Jenkins, it co C, 46th N. C.; A. W. Dockery, it co E. 38th N. C.; A. F. Bost, Capt co K, 46th N. C.; J. M. Linneer, it co E, 3d Ga; S. M. Brighter, it co I, 14th N. C.