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The Daily Dispatch: May 11, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Combined movement on Richmond — the enemy on the Southside — fight at Chester — the great cavalry Raid, &c. (search)
n the West--will take good care that no further reinforcements from Georgia are sent forward to Gen Lee. Thus it will be seen that in securing Chattanooga we head off the enemy to a very great ubsistence of Richmond, Johnston, with a large force, must remain in Georgia, at all hazards to Gen Lee. In this view Gen Sherman holds the right wing of Gen Grant's forces operating against Richmondhis army are ready for the crisis which is approaching. We are told that the only fear is that Gen Lee will "attempt to escape" from his position before General Grant moves upon his works. It may hose who are anxious upon the question. It is far more likely that such a sagacious strategist as Lee has proved himself will not change his base, except it be for a stronger position. An offictry, three of cavalry, and sixty pieces of artillery Twelve of these regiments were borrowed from Lee's army; the balance were North Carolina State troops. Three sections of the artillery were taken