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The Daily Dispatch: May 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], The War News — Grant Quiet — Another Reverse for Butler on the Southside — the battles in Louisiana, &c. (search)
field. From the best information we can obtain Gen. Banks's command numbered at least thirty-five thousand, of which twenty-eight thousand were engaged at Pleasant Hill on the 9th. Our cavalry pursued to Natchitoches. Gen. Taylor commanded on the field. We captured twenty-eight pieces of artillery, over three thousand prisoners, and over two hundred wagons. Our loss as severe — over two thousand killed and wounded--Gen. Monton, Cols. Beard, Noble, Armant, Taylor, and Buchel among the casualties. Providers has given us a signal and glorious victory. Respectfully E. Kirby Smith General Commanding. The end of the Southside cavalry raid. The Petersburg Express, of Thursday, gives the following account of the conclusion of the cavalry raid on the Danville and Southside roads. After being repulsed at Amelia Court-House, they proceeded to Wilson's, which they destroyed. They then proceeded on up the road to Wellsville Depot, which they also bur