DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Brigadier General INNIS N. PALMER.
SUB-DISTRICT OF THE ALBEMARLE.
Colonel DAVID W. WARDROP.
16TH Connecticut, Captain Joseph H. Barnum.
85th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Will W. Clarke.
101st Pennsylvania, Lieutenant David M. Ramsey.
103rd Pennsylvania, Captain Thomas A. Cochran.
New York Light Artillery, 24th Battery, Lieutenant Christopher W. Howland.
5th Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, Company D, Captain James Moran.
5th Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, Company K, Captain Emelius De Meulen.
SUB-DISTRICT OF BEAUFORT.
Colonel JAMES JOURDAN.
1st North Carolina (four companies), Major Charles C. Graves.
1st North Carolina, Companies A and D. Captain James W. Atwill.
1st North Carolina, Company B, Lieutenant David J. Green.
1st North Carolina, Company L (mounted), Captain George W. Graham.
2nd North Carolina (five companies), Lieutenant Colonel Walter S. Poor.
158th New York, Lieutenant Colonel William H. McNary.
12th New York Cavalry, Company F, Captain Raymond Ferguson.
23rd New York Cavalry, Companies A and B, Captain Emory Cummings.
2nd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, Company B, Captain Nehemiah P. Fuller.
3rd New York Light Artillery, Battery C (section), Lieutenant Enoch Jones.
1st U. S. Artillery, Battery C, Lieutenant Egbert W. Olcott.
SUB-DISTRICT OF NEW BERNE.
Brigadier General EDWARD HARLAND.
15th Connecticut, Colonel Charles L. Upham.
17th Massachusetts, Major Luther Day.
1st North Carolina (detachment), Captain Richard J. Allen.
99th New York, Captain John C. Lee.
132nd New York, Colonel Peter J. Claassen.
12th New York Cavalry, Colonel James W. Savage.
2nd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, Colonel Jones Frankle.
1st North Carolina Colored Heavy Artillery (recruits), Major Thorndike C. Jameson.
3rd New York Light Artillery, Colonel Charles H. Stewart.
New York Light Artillery, 23rd Battery, Captain Alfred Ransom.
5th Rhode Island Heavy Artillery (detachment), Lieutenant Colonel George W. Tew.
CITY POINT, VA., July 1, 1864.
Major General H. W. HALLECK:
The enemy's cavalry finding that Sheridan was secure where he was crossing James River, left him and interposed themselves on the Weldon road between Wilson and return. Kautz, with his cavalry and a portion of Wilson's, succeeded in passing the enemy and getting in, but with the loss of his artillery and wagons. Wilson with most of his command was cut off and is supposed to have gone back south. Immediately on receipt of news that Wilson was returning General Meade send Wright's corps to Reams' Station to aid him. Sheridan was also ordered to join him. Wright and Sheridan are both now out, and the latter with orders to push on until he learns reliably from Wilson. Our artillery is now so located that it plays easily on the