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The Daily Dispatch: May 10, 1864., [Electronic resource], The movement on Richmond--two more Repulses of the enemy by Gen Lee — affairs on the Southside — feint at Drewry's Bluff — fight expected near Petersburg Today — the Central Railroad Tapped, &c, &c. (search)
s, 11th Miss; Lt J W Morrow, 11th Ga; Lt Col K Bryan, 5th Tex; Maj Geo Ward,, Hoge's art'y Batt'n; Lt J P Guzzle, 4th Texas; Lieut R H Franks, 4th Texas; Lieut G S Roper, 17th Ga; Capt E Y Kindred, 4th Tex; Capt D H Wilmot, 17th Ga; It J R Walker, 17th Miss; Capt J C Wright, do; It J R Murphy, 6th Ala; Capt W F Avery, 33d N C; It J G Reucher, 3d N C; Maj J C Webb, 27th N C; Capt W R Larkins, do; It J A Graham, do; W Phelan, 3d Ala; It E B Roberts, 6th N C; It T J Lockhart, 17th Miss; It J O Ramseur, do; Capt H W Abernethy, 34th N C; Adj't L Baker, 53d Ga; It B S Howard, 1st S C. All the above, with few exceptions, are slightly wounded. The severely wounded were expected to arrive later in the night. The Central Railroad Tapped — our cavalry After the raiders. Last night, about 7½ o'clock, a body of the enemy's cavalry from Grant's army struck the Central Railroad at Beaver Dam, in Hanover county, 36 miles from Richmond. Their appearance was very sudden — the telegraph