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y been sent to Orange Court House. It appears, from all we can learn, that our army is facing to the north, with its right resting on Fredericksburg, and that Grant bought on the fight by attempting to turn our right and gain possession of the road to Bowling Green, in Caroline county, thus placing himself between General Lee e miles further to Chancellorsville; ten miles more to Fredericksburg. Among the rumors that gained currency yesterday was one to the effect that a courier of Grant had been captured, with a message to Burnside to hurry up, that he, Grant, was completely surrounded. The killed and wounded. Among the casualties in our Grant, was completely surrounded. The killed and wounded. Among the casualties in our Army Thursday we hear of Brig. Gen. J. M. Jones, of Virginia, killed; Brig. Gen. Stafford, of Louisiana, mortally wounded; Brig. Gen. John Pegram, of Virginia, wounded in the leg by a bullet; Col. Randolph, of the 2d Virginia, (Stonewall,) killed, and Col. Warren, of the 10th Virginia, killed. The 2d Louisiana brigade (Gen. Sta
The Daily Dispatch: May 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], Changes in command of the naval forces in James river. (search)
Shocking Melicent. --About two o'clock last evening, as a negro of Mr. James H. Grant's was at work in the Confederate Arsenal, on 7th street, he by some means became entangled in the machinery, which was in motion, and received such injuries that it was thought he would not live until nightfall. His right arm was wrenched off at the elbow and thrown the length of the workshop, while his right thigh was so crushed and mangled as to require immediate amputation.