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ful and thoroughly equipped army of the enemy was entrenched in works vast in extent and most formidable in characters within sight of our Capitol. To-day the remains of that confident and threatening host lie upon the banks of James river, thirty miles from Richmond, seeking to recover under the protection of his gunboats, from the effects of a series of disastrous defeats. The battle beginning on the afternoon of the 26th June. above Mechanicsville, continued until the night of July 1st, with only such intervals as were necessary to pursue and overtake the flying foe. His strong entrenchments and obstinate resistance were overcome, and our army swept resistlessly down the north side of the Chickahominy, until it reached the rear of the enemy, and broke his communication with the York, capturing or causing the destruction of many valuable stores, and, by the decisive battle of Friday forcing the enemy from his line of powerful fortifications on the south side of the Chickah
The Daily Dispatch: July 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], The way Trophies' are preserved by the Yankees. (search)
Suppressing a Pater. --The Memphis Avalanche having published an incendiary and treasonable article headed Mischief makers," on the 1st of July General Great ordered that paper to be suspected. The otherwise subsequently countermanded on the withdrawn of the editor who wrote the article from the Avalanche establishment.