JONES' NECK, July 4, 1864.
Shall I allow the Widow Grover to pass out of our lines? Her children are outside, and she is very anxious to join them. She is suffering for want of food, and is also exposed to the fire of the picket-line. She can do us no injury. I have forwarded two communications through proper channels, but have heard nothing of them.
R. S. FOSTER,
JULY 4, 1864.
General R. S. FOSTER:
You can do as you please with Mrs. Grover.
Brigadier-General and Acting Chief of Staff.
HEADQUARTERS TENTH ARMY CORPS,
No. 68. In the Field, July 4, 1864.
1. The Thirty-seventh U. S. Colored Troops will reports to Colonel Paine, of the staff of the major-general commanding this department, for purposes of discipline and drill.
2. In obedience to orders from department headquarters, Brigadier General A. H. Terry will cause Companies B and C, First District of Columbia Cavalry, now at Fort Pride, to be relieved. Upon being relieved, those companies will report for duty with their regiment.
3. In obedience to orders from department headquarters, two 12-pounder howitzers now in Battery No. 8, with the officers and men belonging thereto, are hereby ordered to proceed to Fort Powhatan by way of Bermuda Hundred. The Fourth Wisconsin Battery will furnish the necessary horses and drivers as far as Bermuda Landing.
By order of Brigadier General W. T. H. Brooks:
ED. W. SMITH,
Lieutenant-Colonel and Assistant Adjutant-General.
HDQRS. DEPT. OF VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA,
In the Field, July 4, 1864 - 9.45 a. m.
Commanding Eighteenth Corps:
Send James' (Rhode Island) battery to report to the Tenth Corps, where it belongs. Battery H, Third New York, and section of Battery M, Third New York, from Powhatan, have been ordered to report to you.
By command of Major-General Butler: