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Page 3 Chapter LIV. THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.

October 27-28, 1864.-Engagement at Fair Oaks and Darbytown Road.

Engagement at Boydtown Plank Road or Hatcher's Run.

29, 1864.-Skirmish at Johnson's Farm.

November 1- 5, 1864.-Scout from Bermuda Hundred into Charles City County.

5, 1864.-Skirmishes in front of Forts Haskell and Morton.

7, 1864.-Reconnaissance toward Stony Creek.

16, 1864.-Skirmish near Lee's Mill.

24, 1864.-Skirmish near Prince George Court-House.

25, 1864.-Major General Andrew A. Humphreys, U. S. Army, assigned to temporary command of the Second Army Corps.

28, 1864.-Scout toward Stony Creek Station.

Major General Winfield S. Hancock, U. S. Army, assigned to command of a new veteran volunteer army corps (to be organized).

December 1, 1864.-Expedition to Stony Creek Station, and skirmish.

3, 1864.-The Tenth and Eighteenth Army Corps discontinued and the Twenty-fifth Army Corps organized, to be commanded respectively by Major Gens. Edward O. C. Ord and Godfrey Weitzel, U. S. Army.

4, 1864.-Skirmish near Davenport Church.

7-12, 1864.-Expedition to Hisksford, and skirmishers.

8, 1864.-Skirmish at Hatcher's Run.

9-10, 1864.-Reconnaissance to Hatcher's Run, and skirmishes.

10, 1864.-Skirmish in front of Fort Holly.

14, 1864.-Major General Edward O. Co. Ord, U. S. Army, in temporary command of the Army of the James.

24, 1864.-Major General Benjamin F. Butler, U. S. Army, resumes command of the Army of the James.

30, 1864.-Major General John G. Parke, U. S. Army, in temporary command of the Army of the Potomac, and Byt. Major General Orlando B. Willcox, U. S. Army, of the Ninth Army Corps.

REPORTS, ETC.*


Numbers 1.-Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant, U. S. Army, commanding Armies of the United States.


Numbers 2.-Lieutenant Colonel Michael R. Morgan, U. S. Army, Chief commissary of Subsistence of Armies operating against Richmond, of operations September 16.


Numbers 3.-Captain John H. Woodward, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Army, of operations September 16.


Numbers 4.-Captain Nathaniel A. Richardson, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Army, of operations September 16.


Numbers 5.-Major General George G. Meade, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Potomac.


Numbers 6.-Itinerary of the Army for the Potomac and Army of the James.


Numbers 7.-Return of Casualties in the Union Forces.


Numbers 8.-Major Nathaniel Michler, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, Acting Chief Engineer, Army of the Potomac, of operations September 17-November 14.


Numbers 9.-Major James C. Duane, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, of operations November 13-December 31.


No. 10.-Surg. Thomas a. McParlin, U. S. Army, Medical Director, Army of the Potomac.


Numbers 11.-Brigadier General Marsena R. Patrick, U. S. Army, Provost-Marshal-General, Army of the Potomac, of operations July 30- November 1.

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* For reports of Brigadier General Henry J. Hunt, chief of artillery, Army of the Potomac, and Colonel Henry L. Abbot, commanding Siege Train, Captain Marcus W. Murdock, One hundred and eleventh New York Infantry, and Confederate Roll of Honor, see Vol. XL, Part I, pp. 277, 655, 351, 810, respectively.

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