Editor’s Note: This article was transcribed by Jackie Martin.
TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS OF THE PRESS ASSOCIATION.
PETERSBURG, July 5.—There was brisk skirmishing along the lines on the centre and right last night and to-day, with heavy shelling from seige guns at intervals.
General Alexander Longstreet [sic?, Edward Porter Alexander?], chief of artillery, slightly wounded a few days since, is doing quite well.
General Bushrod Johnson was slightly wounded yesterday, but did not leave the field.1
- “Telegraphic Reports of the Press Association.” Richmond Examiner. July 6, 1864, p. 1 col. 5 ↩