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We learn from persons from Newell's P that the bombardment, as heavy as it was done the works there go harm w There were none of our men killed, tho Lieut Wall ce of the Norfolk County Janson Grays, received a slight wound in ankle, and Private Cooper, of the same , was severely wounded in the ankle, and Private Cooper, of the same , was severely wounded in the Besides these, we learn that a young man who was on the Sewell's Point road probably a mile from the battery, received a slighPrivate Cooper, of the same , was severely wounded in the Besides these, we learn that a young man who was on the Sewell's Point road probably a mile from the battery, received a slight wound on the neck from a piece shell which exploded in the vicinity. The New York Times, among its Southern Items, at announces th was ed out the enterprise of Southern as evidence of which ces that West & Johnston, of Richmond have in press a new by Dr. son, of Georgia, War Song of the South, edited by "Bohemian," correspondent of the Richmond "Dispatch"
dispatches that we have gained a brilliant victory enemy in full flight and hotly pursued. killed and 200 wounded--enemy's heavy. They left all their dead and wounded on the field. Major Campbell Capt. Long killed, and Captain Remphreys, of 12th Georgia, wounded--14 in Turpin, Gruldware and Woodward Capt. Dawson wounded badly. "A. W. Harman" The following official dispatch was received Saturday morning: "Valley District May 10th. Via Staunton, May 10th. To Gen. S. Cooper, Adjutant General: blessed our army with victory at well yesterday. "T. J. Jackson, Major General" From the dispatch to the Governor, and one published in the Dispatch of Saturday, will be seen that our less in officers is heavy. Among the killed we published in the dispatch allude to was the name of Col. home, of the 10th Virginia regiment. No could have fallen death would have created deeper feeling of sorrow in the of Virginia. The Petersburg Express, in no
st.fight near Corinth.the enemy repulsed.[special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch] Corinth, May 9, via Mobile, May 10. --Generals Bragg and Van-Dorn advanced on the enemy this morning at 11 o'clock, and after a sharp skirmish of three hours, drove them two miles beyond Farmington and the bridges. Five thousand troops were engaged on each side. The Federal cavalry charged Robinson's battery, but were repulsed end retreated in confusion. Riderless horses were seen running to our line. Our casualties are few in number. Major and Capt. Leftwich, of Van Dorn's staff, are dangerously wounded. We captured a large amount of clothing and knapsacks, and took possession of the Federal army telegraph to Farmington. The less of the enemy is heavy. The Confederates offered battle. D. [office.] Corinth, May 9th, 1862. Via Mobile, May 10th To Gen. S. Cooper We attacked the enemy to-day and drove him from his position several miles. G. T. Bulurigard.