the works you think least necessary, or, if all portion are equally necessary, take them proportionately from all. Those two works must go on.
Brigadier-General and Chief of Engineers.
HDQRS. TENTH ARMY CORPS, Numbers 17. In the Field, near Hatcher's, Va., May 22, 1864.
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3. In obedience to orders from department headquarters, the commanding officer of the Seventh New York Battery will reports with his battery to Major-General Smith.
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By command of Major General Q. A. Gillmore:
ISRAEL R. SEALY,
Captain, 4th New York Vols., Actg Asst. Adjt. General
GENERAL Butler'S HEADQUARTERS
may 22, 1864-7.30 p. m. (Received 7.55 p. m.)
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General:
Ascertain from General Terry when the flag of truce is closed and have him reported same to Admiral Lee.
Q. A. GILLMORE,
HDQRS. 1ST DIV., 10TH ARMY CORP,
Numbers 8. Bermuda Hundred, Va., May 22, 1864.
Battery m, First U. S. Artillery, Camp. L. L. Langdon commanding, having been transferred to the Third Division, Tenth Army Corps, Captain Alfred P. Rockwell, First Connecticut Light Battery is announced as chief of artillery on the staff of the brigadier-general commanding, and will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
By ordered of Brigadier General H. Terry:
HEADQUARTERS TENTH ARMY CORPS,
In the Field, Hatcher's, Va., May 22, 1864.
Brigadier General JOHN W. TURNER,
Commanding Second Division, Tenth Corps:
GENERAL: The major-general commanding directs that in carrying out the instructions received from department headquartered fixing the disposition of the troops to repel an attack, you select a place for encamping your command nearer to the entrenchments than the one now occupied by them, with a view to obviating the necessity