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The News. Death of General Pegram, of Richmond.--the fighting South of Petersburg--General Lee's report. Grant's movement southwest of Petersburg turns out t
he creek retired to it, and were reported to be recrossing.
"This morning, Pegram's division moved down the right bank of the creek to reconnoitre, when it has vigorously attacked.
The battle was obstinately infested several hours, but General Pegram being killed while bravely encouraging his men, and colonel Hoffman wounded its original position.
Evans's division, ordered by General Gordon to support Pegram's, charged the enemy and forced him back, but was, in turn, compelled to retire y the expectation that the most serious fighting had yet to come.
Brigadier-General Pegram, who fell to nobly at the head of his men on Monday, was from Richmond was a man of the most unflinching gallantry and a high order of intellect.
General Pegram had been married not two weeks at the time of his untimely death.