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The Daily Dispatch: June 13, 1864., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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as a Mile--Four Hundred Prisoners Captured — Out Lines Engaged from Right to Left — Gallantry of Barlow's Division — They Occupy the Rebel Breastworks — The Rebel Guns Silenced." The above is the captck. The latter corps was the first to open the attack, the First and Second divisions, under Gens Barlow and Gibbons, being assigned to make the assault, while the third division was held as reservesely 4½ A. M., a gun was fired as a signal, and both divisions simultaneously moved forward. Of Barlow's division, the First brigade, Col. Miles and the Fourth brigade, Col. Brooke, each formed in twding no shelter whatever from the rebel fire. Although the enemy was on the alert, a portion of Barlow's Division succeeded in charging over this space and getting temporary possession of the rebel wGibbon's division, 2d corps, and also Col. Upton's brigade, of Russell's division, 6th corps. Gen. Barlow, who was on the front of his line, overheard the rebel officers give the order, "fix bayone