FAIRFAX STATION, June 15, 1863 - 11 p. m.
Dispatch of 9. 35 received. Direct Hancock to move on, and come on as speedily as practicable.
DUMFRIES, June 15, 1863-11. 12 p. m.
Dispatch just received from headquarters Army of the Potomac directing you to come to Dumfries as soon as your teams have all passed that point. They will probably be three hours. The Andrew Sharpshooters were ordered to report to you; I saw them pass to-day with train. Rations have been left here for you. If I am not here when you arrive, telegraph your arrival to headquarters Army of the Potomac.
Please acknowledge receipt of this.
CENTREVILLE, June 15, 1863-11. 14 p. m.
I have sent the following orders to Pleasonton: You must leave pickets in Meade's front, connecting with the regiments at Thoroughfare, on the railroad and Warrenton pike. Have it done at once. Have sent your orders to post a brigade of infantry on the Thoroughfare Gap road. I have no control of Stahel.
JOHN F. REYNOLDS.
CENTREVILLE, June 15, 1863.
(Received, War Department, 11. 25 p. m.)
Major-Generals MEADE and BIRNEY,
Have your trains hitched up at daylight in the morning, ready for any orders you may receive.
JOHN F. REYNOLDS,
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER,
June 15, 1863-10. 10 p. m.
Captain C. B. FERGUSON,
Assistant Quartermaster, Alexandria, Va.:
General Hooker desires that you send a fast boat at once to Aquia with the following dispatch:
Commanding at Aquia:
General sent your orders this a. m. be telegraph to Aquia until further orders. I fear they may not have reached you. Send by bearer report of affairs, to be telegraphed here from Alexandria.
Major-General, and Chief of Staff.