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The Daily Dispatch: June 15, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Federal Generals Stevenson and Sedgewick killed. Wednesday, May 11--Assault in force on our breastworks from morning to sunset. Most obstinate on Gen Anderson, our left, at sunset. Repulsed with tremendous loss Thursday, May 12--The great battle of Spotsylvania C H. Grant reinforced by one full corps from Washington. Assault on breastworks, ten lines deep. Johnson and Stuart captured--2,000 men and 18 guns. Our line re-established. Yankees repaired with loss of 20,000 (?) Gen Perrin killed. Walker Gordon, McGowan, and Johnson, wounded. Friday, May 13--No fighting. Meade's congratulatory order. Saturday, May 14.--Partial attack by Lee successful. Grant swung away from our left to the railroad. Sunday, May 15--Enemy still moving. Left behind 13 caissons and 21 gun carriages. Lee's congratulatory order. "Advance of principal army of enemy thus far checked, and a heavy loss inflicted." Monday, May 16--Skirmishing. Tuesday, May 17--Skirmishing