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The Daily Dispatch: June 21, 1864., [Electronic resource],
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The fall of Lieut. Gen. Polk. The Atlanta Confederacy has an interesting account of the fall of Lieut. Gen. (Bishop) Polk. It appears that Gen. Polk, with Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, Lieut. Gen. HGen. Polk, with Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, Lieut. Gen. Hardee and Gen. Jackson, of the cavalry, accompanied by their respective staffs, had ridden out on t
General Johnston and Lieut. Gen. Polk moved off a few paces together and separa er selecting a path lower down the hill, and Gen. Polk proceeding along the cone of the knoll.
Gen. Johnston had scarcely parted from Gen. Polk before a second shell from the same battery struck th Gen. Hood, "with the compliments of Lieut. Gen. Leoni Jas. Polk, June 12th, 1864." Within the fourt of St. Luke's, and Chaplain on the staff of Gen. Polk, delivered an eloquent and impressive eulogy on's official order relative to the death of Gen. Polk:
Headquarters Army of Tennessee, in aptain, your oldest companion in arms Lieutenant General Polk fell to-day at the outpost of this ar