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The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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was slightly hurt by a falling Two negro children belonging to Mr. James Hall, in Blaridford, were badly wounded by one of these missiles, which exploded over their bed. Up to last accounts but little damage had been done to the or property in comparison with the shoulder of shells thrown. Our last report closed with an account of the operations of Thursday, which were entirety successful. The prisoners captured on that day included twenty one commission officers, among them Lieut. Col. D. D. Metheary, of the 145th Pennsylvania regiment, who is a second time at prisoner.--The Colonel of his regiment was captured in one of the recent battle. Spotsylvania, and is now living direct retirement at Andersonville. Two handsome stand of colors were taken from the enemy on the same day. On Friday morning, at a very early hour, enemy appeared in heavy three in front of battery 18, which covers the Bixter road, in Prince George, county, and got within twenty or thirty yards of our