From General Lee’s Army
Stork’s Farm, June 12 .—There is no change in the relative situations of the two armies, and save an occasional discharge of artillery and active sharpshooting on the part of the enemy, there is nothing doing.
Scouts report Grant to be tearing up the York river railroad.
Grant is very heavily fortified on our front and his lines in some places are within fifty yards of ours.1
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- “From General Lee’s Army, June 12.” Richmond Examiner. June 13, 1864, p. 2 col. 5 ↩