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The Daily Dispatch: May 16, 1864., [Electronic resource], From
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The Daily Dispatch: May 16, 1864., [Electronic resource], [from our own correspondent.] (search)
The situation. The great battle of Thursday, reported in to-day's paper, between the armies of Lee and Grant, in Spotaylvania, appears to have been one of the most sanguinary and hotly contested of the war. The cautions and reliable reporter for the press states that Grant's loss was about 20,000 men in this terrible fight.
, while our own is stated, with like probability, at 15,000, since in nearly every battle the enemy was the assallant, and we fought in fortified positions.
Gen. Lee holds the position he took up when marching by the right flank of the enemy, who had abandoned his entrenchments on the Germanna road; he forced him to incline towards Fredericksburg, and has kept him at bay for a week, inflicting upon him heavy losses every time he has sought to turn his flank.
Gen. Lee's communications represent the glorious Army of Northern Virginia to be in the very best spirits.--Persons from the army — officers and others — speak of the condition of the troops as t
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