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The Daily Dispatch: May 30, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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. Notwithstanding the existing state of quiet on the Southside, the interest which for two weeks has concentrated upon that point has by no means abated, nor is it believed that the excitements of the campaign there are over. The gallant Beauregard is silently, but skillfully, making his preparations to give the enemy a hot salutation whenever he shall see proper to leave the protection of his fortifications; and whenever that time may come, we entertain no doubt of the result. From General Lux's army. All eyes are now turned towards the heroic army of General Lee, which lies in a position to intercept the enemy's approach to Richmond. It was the general impression that a beside would be fought yesterday, but the quiet of the day was unbroken. About 3 o'clock in the afternoon, a cavalryman rode up to Atlee's Station and stated that a hot fight was going on about two miles and a half down the road. Persons at Atlee's listened in vain for the sound of the guns, but nothing