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has been exceedingly meagre, and even rumors with reference to the respective forces have been unusually scarce. By the train last night we were unable to obtain anything which looked to the probability of another attempt on the part of the enemy to recross the river. Everything was reported quiet up to noon yesterday, with no new development of the operations of Burnside's army. In the early part of the day yesterday it was asserted positively that a dispatch had been received from Gen. Lee at the War Department that the enemy were crossing the Rappahannock at Port Royal, but on inquiry late last evening we were assured that no such dispatch had been received. The general impression is that their army has been withdrawn to the Potomac — whether to take transports for some other locality to pursue their inward to Richmond journey, or to go into winter quarters around the Federal capital, can only be conjectured. One thing is certain, Burnside is in no haste to renew the e
The Daily Dispatch: December 22, 1862., [Electronic resource], Interesting account of the battle of Fredericksburg. (search)
J H Switenberg and T J Hardy, both slightly; privates Isaac Williams, John Williams, C H Noblin, all slightly. Company I--Wounded: Humphrey Dillon. Total killed. 3; wounded, 17. 2d Miss. Battalion, Lt. Col. Thos. Manlove, Com'g. Major Lee severely wounded. Company B--Scroggins, slightly wounded Company E--Sergeant Geo. Schlegel, slightly wounded. Company I--Killed:--McGuire. Wounded: H D Bryson, slightly. Company L--Wounded:--Alkin, severely. Total killed, I; wounded, 5. 19th Miss, Major Harris, Com'g. Company D--Wounded: W T Seal, slightly. Company G--Wounded: Serg't J W Williams, slightly; Corporal J M Lee, severely; privates J J Holcombe, right leg off, since dead; D Archibald, very slightly; J M Murphy, shot in left hand; A B Sanaom, stunned by a shell; J R Petrea, two fingers on right hand. Total killed, 1; wounded, 7. 12th Miss., Major Dilly, Com'g. Company A--Wounded: Ben Fortner, J C Cleary, slightly. Company E--Wo
Gen. Longstreet the centre, extending to the telegraph road, and Generals Lee and Stuart the left west of Massaponax creek, while General A P Hill's corps acted as a reserve. Lee's reason for occupying the left was because he could be on his guard against Sigel, who threatened to o attacked the centre and the left of the rebels under Longstreet and Lee. The eventful morning came, and with it a dense fog which obscu exposed to the hottest fire of the enemy. The concentrated fire of Lee's artillery and infantry rained upon their devoted heads in a mannerupy Richmond this winter or not. The slight resistance that General Lee offered to the crossing of the Rappahannock seems to have been dto-day beyond much doubt that Jackson did not effect a junction with Lee until last night, and that the quiet reception of our terrific cannond draw us nearer to their formidable line of fortifications. Gen Lee's army is now nearly, if not quite, 130,000 strong, with 200 piece