War of the Rebellion: Serial 108 Page 1117 Chapter LXIII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.- UNION.

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GREGG'S SIGNAL STATION,

November 6, 1863-12. 40 p. m.

Colonel C. R. SMITH:

All quiet.

[29.] D. McM. GREGG.

SIXTH CORPS SIGNAL STATION,

November 6, 1863-5.45 p. m.

General GREGG:

The general commanding directs that you send sufficient force, on receipt of this, to relieve Sedwicks' infantry at Watery Mountain, this detachment to remain there to protect the signal station until relieved by Geneal Buford.

C. R. SMITH,

[29.] Chief of Staff.

GREGG'S SIGNAL STATION,

November 6, 1863-8.40 p. m.

Colonel C. R. SMITH:

Colonel Gregg reports considerable firing on his pickets near Beverly Ford. All tents in sight on the other side have been sturck, and unusually large columns of smoke seen in woods opposite.

D. McM. GREGG.

[29.]

SIXTH CORPS SIGNAL STATION,

November 6, 1863-9.10 p. m.

General D. McM. GREGG:

Did you receive my dispatch as regards further movements? Orders will be sent up by an aide to-morrow a. m.

C. R. SMITH.

[29.]

CAVALRY CORPS SIGNAL STATION,

November 6, 1863.

Colonel SMITH:

Your dispatch concerning movements not received. Colonel Gregg report the movement of a brigade of rebel infantry back from Beverly Ford. Infantry pickets still at the ford.

GREGG.

[29.]

CAVALRY CORPS SIGNAL STATION,

November 6, 1863.

Colonel C. R. SMITH:

General Sedwicks sends me word that he moves at daylight. Will any troops move to Warrenton? It is important that I should have some information, and if no other troops are coming, make some other disposition in that direction.

[29.] GREGG.