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The Daily Dispatch: May 16, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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nor that Petersburg is evacuated. The following is a list of the casualties, so far as received at the present time: Brig Gen Alexander Hays, of Pennsylvania, killed; Brig Gen James S Wedsworth, of New York, killed; Brig Gen Webb, of New York, wounded; Col Wilson, of 433 New York, wounded; Col Stone, of the 2d Vermont, wounded, Col Lewis, of the 3d Vermont, wounded; Col Stone, of the Pennsylvania Sucktalls, injured by a fall from his horse; Col West, of the 9th Malue, killed, Lieut Col Tyler, wounded; Lieut Col West, wounded; Major Dorlin, of the 49th New York, wounded; Major Darlington, of the 18th Pennsylvania, wounded. At the latest dates received by the War Department Gen Hancock was rapidly pushing by the left to Spotsylvania Court-House. --Heavy cannonading was heard from that direction yesterday at Aquis Creek. An official report of Gen Lee to the rebel authorities at Richmond, transmitted by Gen. Butter to the War Department, states that the rebel loss in kill