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The Daily Dispatch: June 28, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ates that, in spite of very heavy rains, his front has been pushed forward, and an important position gained by Gen Howard. A desperate at tack was made by the enemy the night previous to regain his old position. Seven assaults were made on Gen Whittaker's brigade, of Stanley's division, on Monday night, in which the rebels lost seven hundred men, two hundred being left dead in Whittaker's front. A heavy artillery fire followed the attack under which our position was fortified and made qWhittaker's front. A heavy artillery fire followed the attack under which our position was fortified and made quittance. Gen Sherman reports that his cavalry is now across Noonday creek, and a portion of his intently across Mosescreek. He says that the fighting was very severe, and the resistance offered by the enemy stubborn and protracted. Heavy advance in Corp. The Herald, of the 23d, gives the following financial and commercial report for the preceding day: These was no settled price for gold to-day. It varied from 200 to 230, and were reported even higher. Some of the heavien tu