The Confederates gained some ground, but no substantial advantage, and the Union troops withdrew during the night to Malvern Hill.--Editors.
Frayser's farm-house, from the Quaker or Church road, looking South.
From a photograph — taken in 1885osition, but gave up the morale of their success, and transferred it to our somewhat disheartened forces; for, next to Malvern Hill, the sacrifice at Beaver Dam was unequaled in demoralization during the entire summer.
from Beaver Dam we followed tle tension of the hyperbole, that he had thrown me over the moon.
On leaving Frayser's farm the Federals withdrew to Malvern Hill, and Lee concentrated his forces and followed them.
on the morning of July 1st, the day after the battle at Frayser's farm, we encountered the enemy at Malvern Hill, and General Lee asked me to make a reconnoissance and see if I could find a good position for the artillery.
I found position offering good play for batteries across the Federal left over to the rig