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The Daily Dispatch: May 16, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ed that Grant had Heintzalman with troops from the fortifications at Washington, in the fight of Thursday. Johnson's division, in the fight of Thursday, lost about 2,000 prisoners and 16 pieces of artillery, principally from Page's and Cutashaw's battalions. Grafft's dead in our front are still unburied. The enemy have been busy all day shifting troops from point to point and manoeuvring generally. Brig. Gen Daniels, wounded in the fight of Thursday, died to day. Gen. Ramseur was wounded very slightly. About 1,500 prisoners were captured dur- these fights. Grant's losses, since the campaign began, put at the lowest figures, is 50,000. Our losses in killed and missing, all told, since the campaign began, is not over 15,000. Fredericksburg is said to be garrisoned with negro troops. Lieut. Gen. A. P. Hill resumed command of his corps to-day. Our troops have been marching, fighting, and lying in line of battle twelve days to-day, but the
ied; Col Skinner, 52d Va, wounded severely, not mortally; Lieut Col Mcmeyer, 61st Va, killed, and Col O D Groner, same regiment, slightly wounded, whilst riding at the head of his regiment in a grand charge; Col Casey, 58th Va, severely, not dangerously wounded; Col Fields, Mahone's brigade, severely, not dangerously wounded; Col J M Hall, 5th Ala, arm amputated; Col Lightfoot, 6th Ala, arm broken; Lt Col Hobson, 5th Ala, thigh; Maj Proskrauer, 12th Ala, head; Adj't Pegues, 5th Ala, neck; Gen Ramseur, slight, did not leave the field; Col T M Garrett, 5th N C, Johnston's brigade, killed; Maj J S Brooks, 20th N C, do do; Capt Jacob Brookfield, 5th N C, do do; Capt Willong, 12th N C, do do; Lieut E S Smedes, Adj't 5th N C, do do; Brig Gen R D Johnston, slight flesh wound; Col H E Coleman, 12th N C, slight wounds in face. I have taken pains to ascertain our losses in the fights of Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday last, and skirmishing before and since until this time, and my estimate of