War of the Rebellion: Serial 081 Page 0226 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LII.

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Jersey Battery; Fourth New Jersey Battery; Battery D, First U. S. Artillery; Battery D, Fourth U. S. Artillery; Thirty-third New York Battery; Light Company E, Third U. S. Artillery; Battery C, Third Rhode Island Artillery.

Brigadier General A. V. Kautz will command the Cavalry Division, which will consist of the following regiments: First Brigade - Third New York Cavalry, First District of Columbia Cavalry. Second Brigade - Eleventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, Fifth Pennsylvania Cavalry.

Two battalions Fourth Massachusetts Cavalry, not brigaded.

The First Connecticut Heavy Artillery and Battery M, Third Pennsylvania Artillery, will be reported to these headquarters by Colonel H. L. Abbot, First Connecticut Heavy Artillery.

The First New York Engineers and First New York Mounted Rifles will report direct to these headquarters.

Brigadier General R. S. Foster will report to Brigadier Ge. A. H. Terry.

Brigadier-General Ames, Brigadier-General Stannard, and Brigadier-General Burnham will report to Major-General Smith, to be assigned to command.

By command of Major-General Butler:

J. W. SHAFFER,

Colonel and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

GENERAL BUTLER'S HEADQUARTERS, June 19, 1864.

General BROOKS:

You will relieve General Wright's troops that they may join General Meade. General Smith has been ordered to send you a division to relieve them.

By order of General Butler:

J. W. SHAFFER,

Colonel, &c.

HEADQUARTERS TENTH CORPS, June 19, 1864.

Colonel SHAFFER,

Chief of Staff:

I propose to withdraw to within our intrenchments the troops sent out last evening to support the picket-line, if there is no objection.

W. T. H. BROOKS,

Brigadier-General.

HEADQUARTERS TENTH CORPS, June 19, 1864.

Colonel SHAFFER,

Chief of Staff:

In the attack on our picket-line yesterday afternoon the enemy left some half dozen head near our front, but neither party can get at them without some kind of a truce. Can a truce be asked for?

W. T. H. BROOKS,

Brigadier-General.