HEADQUARTERS TENTH ARMY CORPS.
Referred to Major-General Butler. General Turner reported to me with his command yesterday morning.
Q. A. GILLMORE,
The troops I expected to cover my right flank while the column of assault was moving are not under my orders. Can General Gillmore spare Marston's brigade to come back to me?
WM. F. SMITH,
HEADQUARTERS TENTH ARMY CORPS,
In the Field, May 15, 1864-11.55 a. m.
Commanding Second Division, Tenth Army Corps:
GENERAL: The major-general commanding directs that you immediately organize all regimental, brigade, and division trains, under charge of proper staff officers, which trains are to be used for bringing up supplies. When rations, forage, or ammunition is needed word should be immediately sent to the proper staff officer in time, that they may be brought up for distribution to the troops.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
ISRAEL R. SEALY.
HEADQUARTERS THIRD DIVISION,
May 15, 1864-4.45 p. m.
Chief of Staff:
COLONEL: I left the Thirteenth Indiana and One hundred and sixty-ninth New York Volunteers at the Junction. The Twenty-first Connecticut was the one I sent to General Weitzel, in obedience to orders to send a regiment to him about an hour ago.
P. S.-I have the One hundred and twelfth New York and Ninth Maine here with me. The Ninety-seventh Pennsylvania is back on the road, under General Butler's orders. The Eighth Maine has reported to General Turner this morning. The Fifty-fifth Pennsylvania and the Sixth New Hampshire were detached yesterday or the day before.