War of the Rebellion: Serial 088 Page 1012 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LIV.

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WALTHALL SIGNAL STATION,

September 25, 1864-9 a. m.

Major FISHER,

Chief of Signal Officer:

All quiet this a. m. An excellent view can be obtained this morning.

H. W. HOLMAN,

Sergeant.

PLANK ROAD STATION,

September 25, 1864.

Major FISHER:

No indications of movements or change within any part of enemy's

lines visible from station. Working parties are busy on works left of large fort and in vicinity of lead-works; also a party is working on the flat in rear of Gregory's Chimneys, and is in range of our batteries.

H. W. FULTON,

Sergeant.

PLANK ROAD STATION,

September 25, 1864.

Major FISHER:

All quiet and no visible change in enemy's camps or lines. Four hundred and fifty infantry have just passed the left from vicinity of lead-works; probably pickets.

H. W. FULTON,

Sergeant.

WALTHALL SIGNAL STATION,

September 25, 1864-3 p. m.

Major FISHER,

Chief of Signal Officer:

The camps mentioned were those to our right and beyond the city, the ones spoken of on the station this morning. They were west of the city and distant about two miles. I think that about one has moved. Don't know which way they went, but think in the other direction.

H. W. HOLMAN,

Sergeant.