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ll goes on favorably, and there are few who extrinsic any doubt of the final result. From Gen Lee's army. The following dispatch from Gen. Lee was received at the War Department yesterday. Headq'rs Army Northern Va.,June 1st, 1864, P. M. Honorable Secretary of War: There has been skirmishing along the lines to-day. Gen. Hoke and Gen. Anderson attacked the enemy in their front this forenoon, and drove them to their entrenchments. This afternoon the enemy attacked Gen, Heth, and were handsomely reprised by Cook's and Kirkland's brigades, Generals Breckinridge and Mahone drove the enemy from their front, taking, about one hundred and fifty prisoners. A force of infantry is reported to have arrived at Tunstall's Station from the White House, and to be extending up the York River Railroad. They state that they belong to Butter's forces. Respectfully, B. E. Lee, Gen. The skirmishing along the lines is represented to have been very heavy, par
The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Federal Excursion into Florida. (search)
r date of the 15th instant, gives the following interesting items from Florida: There cannot be many Yankee troops now in Jacksonville. We captured in a skirmish last week seven of their cavalry, or rather mounted infantry, they having dismounted their cavalry there and sent the men to Virginia. The reason assigned by the prisoners was that the old cavalry deserted too often. It is evident that the coast has been stripped of all the veteran force to reinforce Grant in Virginia. Gen P Anderson, who commands the district of Florida, has his army well in hand, and is most right. In the matter of details and furloughs, and means to have all the strength of his command on the spot. The news from the East is that the enemy have landed a cavalry force near camps, and also a force below at Augustine. Their object is to gather up the cattle, deserters, and traitors, and if not soon driven back will prove a damage to us.--A force now gathering will no doubt make their trip