War of the Rebellion: Serial 069 Page 0770 Chapter XLVIII. OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C.

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BERMUDA, June 12, 1864.

Colonel J. W. SHAFFER:

Colonel Biggs telegraphs to send all tugs, steamers, &c., to him that I can possibly spare. Shall I reserve any transportation here for emergency, or shall I send down everything but the dispatch boats? General Butler asked for a list of transportation day before yesterday. Will he require any soon? Please answer, as I an detaining some steamers came recently with troops I hear from you.

C. E. FULLER,

Lieutenant-Colonel and Quartermasters.

BERMUDA, June 12, 1864.

Colonel SHAFFER

Chief of Staff:

The One hundred and thirty-third Ohio, 100-days' men, and First Maryland Cavalry, dismounted, are here on steamers Winona and Guide. Shall they be sent to Point of Rocks for disembarkation?

The Guide. I am afraid, draws too much water to go up, and I should heisted to send her unless absolutely necessary. She has the First Maryland, and they have but little baggage. Can't they march?

GEO. S. DODGE,

Captain and Quartermaster.

JUNE 12, 1864.

Captain G. S. DODGE,

Assistant Quartermasters, Bermuda Landing:

Let the One hundred and thirty-third Ohio proceed on their transport to Point of Rocks and report to Major-General Gillmore. Let the First Maryland Cavalry disembark and march to the front and report to Major-General Gillmore.

R. S. DAVIS,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

BERMUDA, June 12, 1864.

Colonel SHAFFER,

Chief of Staff:

I have sent the Rebeca Burton up the Appomattox River to discharge; the steamer Andrew Hurder has just reported with the One hundred and thirty-second Ohio, Colonel Haines. The steamer draws too much water to go to Point of Rocks. Shall I discharge them here?

By order Colonel Fuller:

G. S. DODGE,

Captain and Assistant Quartermaster.