Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: May 25, 1864., [Electronic resource].
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The War news — operations on the Southside — from Gen Lee's army, &c. The report from the Southside is "all quiet." With the exception of some skirmishing between the working parties on neither side, no event of importance has occurred for the past three days. Our troops still held the enemy in his entrenchments near Bermuda Hundred, where he has ample opportunity to ruminate over the disasters he has experienced during the present campaign. Gen. Bragg visited Gen. Beauregard's headquarte
f strong feelings, but when a friend he is a friend indeed, as when an enemy he is an enemy of the most bitter kind." Up to Saturday last, Mrs. Copeland had not received one word of reply from the Beast, nor do we suppose she ever will.
From Gen. Lee's army.
The following official dispatch was received yesterday morning:
Hanover Junction, May 23, 10 P. M. Hon. James A. Seddon:
About noon to-day the enemy approached the telegraph bridge on the North Anna.--In the afternoon he