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The Daily Dispatch: December 18, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: September 22, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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How Gen. Fite Lee was sent North. --A Yankee paper says that Beast Butler, in his first walk at Fortress Monroe, was astonished at meeting a rebel officer looking at a parade. It was Gen. Fitz Hugh Lee. On being told that he enjoyed the liberty of Old Point, Butler sharply expressed his disapproval of such a reprehensible courtesy. The next day Lee made a voyage to Fort Lafayette.
tilleries of King's battalion, were lost. "The trains and supplies were brought off safely. "[Signed] R. R. Lee." Newtown, the point to which our forces fell back on Monday night, is about eight miles this side of Winchester, at the interaction of the Valley turn-pike and White Post reads, Fisher's hill is adjutant to Strasburg, some eight miles south of Newtown. We have no further particulars of the battle than furnished by the official dispatch, except that Major-General Fite Lee received a painful, though not dangerous, flesh wound in the thigh. Sheridan, having been reinforced from Grant's army, was cabled to bring overwhelming numbers against the Confederates, who resisted nearly an entire day before falling back; and the fact that our trains and supplies were brought off safely, shows that it was no rout. As in all other engagements of magnitude, we have to mourn the loss of many brave officers and men, the most prominent among whom is Major-Gen