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The Daily Dispatch: June 24, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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The line of battle extended from about half a mile above the toll gate (two and a half miles from Lynchburg,) on the Lynchburg and Salem turn pike, moving in a direction a little west of north, including portions of the land of Dr. Owen, Charles Moorman, John B. Lee, H. S. Barksdale, and terminating on the farm of Seth Halsey, near the Blackwater creek. The distance embraced by this line must be two and a half to three miles. A large body of cavalry supposed to be about 4,000 drawn upto our hands, being too badly hurt to be moved, are reported at 150. Gen. Averill stated to a gentleman of entire reliability that their loss was 800 killed, wounded, and missing. The heaviest fighting was on the farms of Mr.--McKinney and Mr. Moorman, on the southeast of the turnpike, and of Dr. Owen and Mr. H. F. Bocock, on the west, and near to the same road. --Here the enemy's dead were principally found, and here it was that two fierce assaults were made on our works. The fighting on