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The Daily Dispatch: June 8, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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ines to-day. It was discovered early this morning that the enemy 214 withdrawn from the front of Gen. Early on our left, and from the most of the front of Gen. Anderson on the centre. Respectfully, &c., R. E. Lee, General There was some skirmishing on the lines yesterday, but nothing of any importance occurred Gr matter stands. This morning the fact was revealed that the enemy had fallen back from our left and a part of the centre, in front of Early and a portion of Anderson's command, and moving by their left flank still to our right, or concentrating their troops on that point. Lieut. Gen. Early at once began to swing his columns,but I am not advised at this writing of its purport. To day little or nothing has been done Grant is still in force near Gaines's Mill, in front of Hill and Anderson. That he has not gone back to the White House, I am almost sure. He may be making for the Southside, or he may intend to strengthen his lines and mass his troo