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Doc. 5.-occupation of Yorktown, Va. Gen. McClellan's despatches. headquarters of the arm
Colonel Astor's despatch.
Yorktown, Va., May 4, 1862. Pelatiah Perit, Esq., Presi A. D. C.
Philadelphia press account,
Yorktown, May 4.
At twelve o'clock last night, a br ck, of the Sixty-second Pennsylvania, entered Yorktown.
The Twenty-second Massachusetts and part of irst it was supposed that they were sent from Yorktown officially — perhaps with a proposition for s y said that when our army arrived in front of Yorktown the rebel force under General Magruder was no ion difficult to assault.
To the left of the Yorktown road — the enemy's right — as you approach th ac to report to Gen. Johnston immediately, at Yorktown.
But the Merrimac had well-founded fears of their own risk, and clambered the parapets of Yorktown.
Colonel Sam. Black and General Jameson were
To the B'hoys from Lincolndom — from Dixie. Yorktown, May 2.
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