Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: May 9, 1864., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Seymour or search for Seymour in all documents.

Your search returned 4 results in 2 document sections:

ay 7, via Orange C. H. May 8. --Gen. Lee ordered Gen. Ewell to make a demonstration on the enemy's right at night, during which we captured Gens. Shaler and Seymour. It was discovered that the enemy had thrown up entrenchments along his whole tent on the Germanna road. His position behind these works and thick woods is ed the enemy's extreme right flank, about four miles above Germanza ford, last evening, between sunset and dark, capturing four hundred prisoners, including Brig. Gens. Seymour and Shater. --The enemy, completely surprised, hastily fled on finding their breast works turned and stormed. Our loss very slight. There are rumors ecretary of War: General Gordon turned the enemy's extreme right yesterday evening, and drove him from his rifle pits. Among the prisoners captured are Generals Seymour and Shaler. A number of arms were also taken. The enemy has abandoned the Germanna Ford road, and removed his pontoon bridge towards Ely's. There
instant have been received. The following is a summary of the news: From the Army of the Potomac. There is no important news from the Army of the Potomac. All sorts of tumors prevail, but nothing is known beyond the general fact that the army is fully prepared for important movements.--General Meade has issued an order directing the shooting, without trial, of any soldier who refuses to do duty. The trouble with the Pennsylvania reserves has no doubt occasioned this order. Gen. Seymour, who commanded the Florida expedition, has arrived in Washington, and would be assigned to a command under Gen. Grant. He was captured Friday.] From the Trans Mississippi. An official dispatch from Gen. Banks states that, notwithstanding the Reverses on the Red river in the early part of last month, the losses to the rebels were severe, and proportionately greater than those of any battle of the war. It is positively stated that Gen. Banks will not be removed. The statemen