First Brigade; fourth the Second Brigade. The ambulance train will be distributed among the brigades in the same proportion as heretofore.
By order of Brevet Major-General Baird:
JOHN. W. ACHESON,
Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.
ORDERS.] HEADQUARTERS TWENTIEHT CORPS,
Near Saffold's Bridge, Va., May 4, 1865.
The corps will march to-morrow in the same order as to-day the Third Division starting at 4. 30 a. m., the others following at suitable intervals. The Third Division with the artillery and corps supply train will march on the Lewiston road to the plank road, thence north on the plank road toward Blacks and Whites Station, and will encamp on the Little Nottoway River. The First Division, following the Third, will encamp near the Third on the same stream. The Second Division, following the preceding onces, will encamp on the Big Nottoway River, if possible to reach there. The pontoon train will be pushed to the head of the column as rapidly as possible.
By command of Major General Joseph A. Mower:
H. W. PERKINS,
HEADQUARTERS TWENTIETH CORPS, Near Saffold's Bridge, Va., May 4, 1865.
Commanding Second Division:
GENERAL: The major-general commanding directs that you encamp your command on the south side of the Meherrin River as near this bridge as possible, if you reach that far to-night. We understand that your division is close up to the rear of the First Division. The latter will cross the river and encamp near General Woods. On the south side of the river for several miles wtaer is scarce and it may be necessarily for you to get to the river. If so, as the order of march will not be changed to-morrow, your men will have a good rest to-night, as the whole corps will be closed up. The order of march will be sent you to-night.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
H. W. PERKINS,
HEADQUARTERS SECOND DIVISION, FIELD ORDERS
TWENTIETH ARMY CORPS, No. 31.
In the Field, Va., May 4, 1865.
Reveille to-morrow at 3. 30 a. m. The division will move at 5. 30 a. m. Order of brigades: Third, Second, First. Division officer of the day, Major C. H. Goebel, Seventy-third Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers.
By command of Bvt. Major General John W. Geary:
J. J. CANTINE,
Captain and Aide-de-Camp.