at present established until relieved by the First Division. Order of march: First, Eighth Pennsylvania Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel S. Wilson; second, Fourth Pennsylvania Cavalry, Major W. M. Biddle; third, Battery I, First U. S. Artillery, Captain A. M. Randol; fourth, Sixteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel J. k. Robinson; fifth, Thirteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry, Major M. Kerwin; sixth, First Maine Cavalry, Major S. W. Thaxten; seventh, Second Pennsylvania Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel J. P. Brinton. Regimental commanders, thought their adjutant, will notify these headquarters of their readiness to march at the hour above mentioned.
By command of Colonel J. Irvin Gregg:
JNO. B. MAITLAND,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
HDQRS. CAVALRY CORPS, ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,
Wind-Mill Point, Va., June 29, 1864-8.30 a. m.
Major General A. A. Humphreys,
Chief of Staff:
All my command will be over the river by 9.30 a. m. to-day. I may be detained here to-day supplying my troops with subsistence forage, and clothing. Will march to-march morning. Will try, however, to move to-day.
P. H. SHERIDAN,
CITY POINT, June 29, 1864-2.30 p. m.
The last of General Sheridan's command crossed the James River at 11 a. m.
CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.
ADJT. AND INST. GENERAL'S OFFICE, Numbers 117. Richmond, May 20, 1864.
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XIII. The four brigades composing Pickett's division, viz, Kemper's Hunton's, Barton's, and Corse's, and also Hoke's old brigade, will proceed immediately by railroad to the headquarters Army of Northern Virginia and report to the general commanding. Brigadier-general Gracie's brigade will take position at Chaffin's farm in place of Hunton's brigade, and a regiment from that brigade will relieve the Twenty-eighth Virginia Volunteers, now on temporary duty in this city.
XIV. Colonel R. E. Burke, Second Regiment Louisiana Volunteers, will report to Brigadier General James. L. Kemper, for temporary duty with the reserve forces of Virginia.
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