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The Daily Dispatch: June 2, 1862., [Electronic resource], Correspondence. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: June 25, 1864., [Electronic resource], The position at
The position at Petersburg. The Express of yesterday gives the particulars of the movements there the day before. We copy its account, omitting the account of the fight of Mahone's division, a full account of which we have already published, from our army correspondent: Movements Thursday. The movements of the enemy yesterday were confined exclusively to his extreme left, (our right,) so far as we have been able to ascertain. Our forces having retired to their original line of bre
They have been very scarce in the vicinity of "Green Croft" since, except the dead and wounded, who, at twilight last evening, still remained.
The colors and the captors.
There were five stands of colors captured Wednesday by Mahone's Brigade, as follows: One by the 6th Virginia, two by the 41st Va., and two by the 61st Va. The following are the names of the captors:
Lieut Bowilleir, co. E, 6th Va; Private Wm E Fitchett, co F, 41st Va; Private Coleman Hines, co , 41st