HEADQUARTERS FIRST DIVISION, SECOND CORPS, June 29, 1864-4.40 p.m.
COLONEL: I have the honor to acknowledge your communication just received, touching a connection with General Gibbon. We now connect (or did fifteen minutes ago) with the right brigade of General Gibbon, which was close on to the left brigade of my division of General Gibbon should move to the left I will extend a thin line to keep up the connection. I have ascertained that the picket-line of General Wright still remains and has had no orders to move. It extends at least three quarters of a mile south of the road we moved out on on June 21, and my picket-line closely connects with its right.
Respectfully, your obedient servant,
FRANCIS C. BARLOW,
Brigadier-General, Commanding Division.
GENERAL WRIGHT'S OLD HEADQUARTERS, June 29, 1864-6.40 p.m.
Assistant Adjutant-General, Second Corps:
My headquarters are a short distance from this telegraph station, and any orders sent here by telegraph will reach me.
HEADQUARTERS SECOND ARMY CORPS, June 29, 1864-3.45 p.m.
Commanding Third Division:
COLONEL: The major-general commanding directs that you send your reserve troops to report to General Gibbon at the Williams house. They will probably be sent back to you this evening. Lieutenant French, acting aide-de-camp, will conduct the troops unless the commanding officer knows the way.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
FRANCIS A. WALKER,
HEADQUARTERS FIFTH CORPS, June 29, 1864.
General S. WILLIAMS:
I would like to send an officer to make copies of my memorandum reports,&c., to your headquarters during the campaign,for I was unable to make copies at the time. They will help me to fix hours and dates, much needed, in making up our reports. Have you them with you so that I can do it?
G. K. WARREN,