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The Daily Dispatch: May 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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arful expenditures in rendering their position healths and tenable; having built long lines of military roads, hospitals, depots, and hereafter ball the Quartermaster's transportation in hauling munitions and supplies, the escapes them and their Commander in Chief is ranked among the class of Paterson and Scott, whose name and repute have been blasted by the astute Johnston. Touched to the quick, discomfited to every skirmish, filled in all attempts to force out position, the Federals pushed forward after our army, and again on Sunday last were their attacks, defeated and their forces compelled to retired in charges. Our rear guard had coercively entered the town of Williamsburg in Sunday afternoon, when the enemy debouched by the York road, and assisted Fort McGruder with two rifles pieces, supported by four squadrons of the 6th Cavalry command of Col. Sniery, such an appearance on out not have happened more entertain. Expecting little resistance, the enemy . T.E.C.