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to move from his entrenched position on our then right wing, and reconnoitre the enemy's position, for the purpose of determining the strength of his works and some approximate estimate of his force. This Gen. E. proceeded to do, taking with him and his own divisions. He had not proceeded far before his me of battle, consisting of Daniel's and brigades, of Rodes's division, and brigade, of Early's division, meet the enemy about one mile this side of Be Church, the force of the enemy be Warren's 5th corps of Yankee infantry mainly. A severe fight ensued, and the enemy were repulsed and driven back nearly two miles, to their line of entrenchments, behind which they sought shelter, and which proving too strong for our forces, they retired to their original position, having accomplished the object for which they forward — the result of their reconnaissance being that the enemy were strongly entrenched, in heavy force, on our right (their left) Our losses will foot up two hundred an
The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1864., [Electronic resource], The way the Irish are Drought into the Shambles. (search)
rtland and of these the recruiting agents had snapped up eight. Without money, without friends, with scanty clothing, with no to procure they would have suffered greatly had not hind hearted country women supplied their wants, Recruiting agents, however, found them and in the course of the day gabbed up several. On the evening of Thursday they had another interview with or Kidder, when they were told the had must be cleared, and they would not have and a place to lay their heads, had John Warren who keeps an establishment on that street near by, bestirred himself and procured for them upon the neighbors round Yesterday morning they were still in Banker Hill street, subsisting upon charity, and still pastered with recruiting agents. In the course of the forenoon Mr Eldder again appeared among them, offering to take as many as would go to the water works at West But the men had lost confidence in him. They coat Mr. Kidder $7) a head to land them in Boston. It will prove a poor
Prisoners --Between 175 and 200 Yankee prisoners, captured in Hanover county, were yesterday received at the Libby. Among them were the 195 captured Monday night by Battle's brigade. They belonged to Warren's corps, and at the time of their capture were deployed as skirmishers.