river on the leading to Cumberland Landing. Captain met with on opposition on his return to-day. Arrived here about 5 p. m. to-day.
Most respectfully, your obedient servant,
P. M. FARRINGTON,
Major, Commanding Regiment.
P. S.- Shall I withdraw my cavalry pickets? General Sheridan's command is bivouacked directly in advance of my pickets, and probably has pickets several miles outside of my line.
P. M. FARRINGTON.
HDQRS. CAVALRY CORPS, ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,
With House, Va., June 22, 1864-4 p. m.
Major General A. A. HUMPHREYS,
Chief of Staff:
I moved against the enemy's forces at this place yesterday; they all fell back over Black Creek, taking a strong position near Tunsstall's Station. During the night the enemy retreated and crossed Bottom's Bridge. I sent General Torbert's division to Jones' Bridge this morning. Have not yet learned whether or no General Torbert has secured the crossing at that place. I shell start the trains tonight for Jones' Bridge, and hope to get everything off by to-morrow morning. I have in the trains here 800 wagons.
P. H. SHERIDAN,
HEADQUARTERS SECOND DIVISION, CAVALRY CORPS,
June 22, 1864.
Brigadier General H. E. DAVIES, JR.,
Commanding First Brigade, Second Division:
GENERAL: In compliance with instructions from corps headquarters, you will move your brigade to Baltimore Stopre, following the division of General Torbert, which has been ordered to Jones' Bridge. You will keep up communication with General Torbert, and in case he requires support at Jones' Brigade, you will use your brigade for that purpose.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
H. C. WEIR,
Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.
White House, Va., June 22, 1864-10 a. m.
Brigadier General S. WILLIAMS,
Asst. Adjt. General, Hdqrs. Army of the Potomac:
The enemy have disappeared from our front. Torbert's division moves immediately for Jones' Brigade. Everything will be away from here, I think, by to-morrow morning.
GEO. W. GETTY,