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WATERY MOUNTAIN SIGNAL STATION,

November 5, 1863-5 p. m.

Captain NORTON:

Enemy's camps visible this p. m. See no change. Tents, wagons, and smokes reported between Gaines' Cross-Roads and Flint Hill have disappeared.

P. A. TAYLOR,

[29.] Capatin and Signal Officer.

CAVALRY CORPS SIGNAL STATION,

November 5, 1863.

Colonel C. R. SMITH:

All quiet. No change here.

[29.] GREGG.

CIRCULAR.] HEADQUARTERS FIRST ARMY CORPS,

November 5, 1863.

The First and Second Division and artillery will move at once to Catlett's in the following order: Second Division, artillery, First Division. The Third Division will guard the railroad from Manassas to Warrenton Junction, as following: One brigade at Bristoe; one at Warrenton Junction to protect that depot; the other brigade will be distributed to guard the bridge over Cedar Run and Kettle Run. The small bridges and culverts must be guarded by detachments. The road from Manassas to Warrenton Junction must assigned to the duty of protecting the road. The ambulaces and trains of the two divisions and artillery will move in the rear of the column, ambulances leading. Pickets will be withdraw at once and the detachments along the road taken up as the column passes, but whithout waiting from them.

By command of Major-General Newton:

C. KINGSBURY, Jr.,

[29.] Lieutenant-Colonel and Assistant Adjutant-General.

SPECIAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, Numbers 288.

November 6, 1863.

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3. Brigadier General J. J. Bartlett, U. S. Volunteers, is assigned temporarily to duty with the Fifth Army Corps, and will report to the corps commander early to-morrow morning.

By command of Major-General Meade:

S. WILLIAMS,

[29.] Assistant Adjutant-General.

WATERY MOUNTAIN SIGNAL STATION,

November 6, 1863-9 a. m.

Captain NORTON:

A movement of enemy now going on. Seventy wagons and two regiments of cavalry have passed a point about two miles and a half southwest from Jefferson coming toward that place. More are coming. No change in enemy's camps heretofore reported.

TAYLOR.