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The Daily Dispatch: August 30, 1864., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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es who may offer themselves, regardless of the wishes of the owners. * * * Any person who interferes with the enlistments will be promptly arrested. " '[Signed] S. G. Burbridge, " 'Brigadier-General Commanding.' "General Burbridge telegraphs further as follows, and his advice will be confirmed and accepted: " 'Advise that the provost-marshals of the different districts be instructed to arrest any person interfering in any way with the drafting or enlistment of negroes. " '[Signed] S. G. Burbridge, " ' Brigadier-General Commanding.' "Report each case of arrest for this cause without delay to General Burbridge, and ask what disposition to make of the arrested person. By order "George M. Lane, "Captain V. R. C. and Adjutant. "Captain W. C. Grier, Provost-Marshal Ninth District." Captain Grier issues his orders accordingly to all deputies and agents under him to enforce these orders "promptly," and to be "industrious in procuring recruits. "
t to dislodge the enemy. Accordingly, General Heth was ordered forward with Cook's and McCras's North Carolina brigades, (the latter Pettigrew's old brigade,) and Lane's North Carolina brigade, (Wilcox's division,) commanded by Conner, of South Carolina, was ordered to unite in the charge. McGowan's brigade was on the extreme riters. The second charge was made somewhat to the right of the point where the first was engaged, but still very near it. The second assaulting column was formed — Lane on the left, Cook in the centre, and McCrue on the right.--Again, about 8 P. M., everything being arranged, and our officers having gone repeatedly up and down theld have been encountered." Our losses will foot up between six and seven hundred killed and wounded, Among the wounded, I hear mentioned the names of Colonel, Lane, of the Twentieth North Carolina, severely, and Colonel Little, of the Eleventh Georgia, severely. Captain Clark, assistant adjutant-general to the late General S