HEADQUARTERS SIXTH ARMY CORPS,
June 10, 1864-8.10 p.m.
I saw General Gibbon this evening, and have arranged satisfactorily with him, I believe, in regard to the relief of a part of his division. I send about 3,000 men to take position in his lines. I am sorry to hear you are an invalid this evening.
H. G. WRIGHT
Major-General, Commanding Sixth Army Corps.
HEADQUARTERS SECOND ARMY CORPS,
June 10, 1864-12.15 p.m.
Commanding Third Division:
GENERAL: The major-general commanding directs that you open the road from Livesay's house by Mrs. McGee's to Wicker's, as indicated in inclosed sketch,* so that it will be practicable for a column. An examination of the road this morning shows that it is practicable for artillery and infantry if widened a little and cleared of undergrowth. A party of 125 or 150 amen will be able to open it in three or four hours. If the sketch is not sufficient plain, Mr. Livesay can give the officer in charge of the party the necessary information.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
C. H. MORGAN,
Lieutenant-Colonel and Chief of Staff.
HEADQUARTERS SECOND ARMY CORPS, Numbers 151.
June 10, 1864.
III. The First Battalion Minnesota Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, is assigned to the Second Division, and will be reported accordingly.
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By command of Major-General Hancock:
FRANCIS A. WALKER,
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,
June 10, 1864-7.30 p.m.
Commanding Fifth Corps:
The major-general commanding directs that to-morrow, the 11th instant, you move the two divisions of your corps, now held in reserve near Leary's, to Moody's (on the New Kent Court-House and Bottom's Bridge road), by way of Parsley's Mill, Prospect Church, &c., so as to avoid the observation of the enemy. In addition to the eight wooden pontoons you will take with you eight canvas pontoons. You will be prepared to move your whole corps on Sunday evening, the 12th instant, as soon as it is dark, to Long Bridge by way of Emmaus Church, cross the Chickahominy, march