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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)
21--I commenced scratching in this new Diary. Very cool day — have battalion drill. May 6, 1864.--Gen. Gillmore, Gen. Terry, Gen. Ames, and Gen. Foster, are all here about 5 miles from Bermuda Hundreds. Our regiment was thrown out to- day in ad halt — a question arose, are we on the right road? Several thought not. At 3 o'clock, Gen. Gillmore, accompanied by Gen. Terry and Staff, made a reconnaissance to the front, and soon found out that it was policy to halt — as Gen. Baldy Smith was ultry — in fact so much so, that it is really uncomfortable. The 1st Conn, battery is with us, and one or two others. Gen. Terry is flying around like as if he had a brick in his hat. A continued fire has been kept up on our left, and I bear this m-Every appearance of a very hot day. The Third brigade has passed us; also Battery B, 4th U. S. Gens Gillmore, Foster and Terry have gone to the front. We advanced to within sight of Fort Darling. At 12 o'clock reached a high bluff, almost in sig