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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 3. 4 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: August 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], From Gen. Lee's army — fight in Culpeper county. (search)
d the single regiment of infantry which constituted the guard for the bridges proved unequal to the duty, as you have no doubt learned Reinforcements were ordered to go up, but some delay occurred, and they arrived too late to save the bridge or the brave guard which had unsuccessfully defended it — The Yankees, reported to be three regiments of cavalry, returned from the Central road in the direction of Hanover (old town) and nothing has been heard of them since. It was stated that Gen. H. F. Lee was captured at the house of Mr. Wickham, but I trust it will prove to be one of the many starting rumors which the newsmonger invent. The advance of your army increases our want for cavalry on the north and east of the city; but, except one regiment from North Carolina, I do not know of any which we can expect soon to be available to us. In yours of the 20th you say. "If any of the brigades that I have left behind for the protection of Richmond can, in your opinion, be spared, I should
Latest from the North. We are indebted to Major Norris, of the Signal Corps, for the following extracts from the Baltimore American, of Saturday, 1st instant: From the Army of the Potomac it is stated that Gen. Lee had massed his army at Culpeper, and made preparations to give us battle. His first advance South of Culpeper was to foil us in taking the Fredericksburg route; but, finding our army did not advance, concentrated his army at Culpeper, and fortified the banks of the Rapidan. Vicksburg advices to the 26th say that Gen. Herron's division has gone to participate in the attack on Mobile. Mississippi is virtually abandoned by the rebel forces. The removal of slaves from Mississippi to Georgia and Alabama has been so great that the Governors of those States have issued proclamations for bidding it. Gen. Gilmore, (commanding near Charleston,) in an official dispatch, states his whole loss from the 10th to the 18th ult, at 665 killed and wounded, and 350 miss
The Daily Dispatch: August 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Exploits of the C. S. Naval steamers. (search)
The English press on the battle of Gettysburg. The latest American news received in England was up to the 6th of July. Their accounts did not include the falling back of Gen. Meade and of Gen. Lee, both of which events had occurred, but were not there known. We give some highly interesting extracts from the comments of the English papers on the great battle: [from the London Times.] The whole result appears to be that the Federals in the second engagement did not recover the groud been achieved, or that no fresh engagement had taken place, or that some great disaster had be fallen the Federal arms. The next mail will be a waited with fearful anxiety, and we dare not venture to anticipate its news. * * In the meantime, if Lee has attained no other object, he has succeeded as provisioning, his army for six months of the enemy's cost, and has taught the North somewhat of the losses and scurrilous policy has sufficed on the Southern States. [from the London news]