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n to be made that evening. Battle of White Oak Ridge. Toward daylight on March 31, General Griffin's division was relieved by a portion of the Second army corpseral Meade's orders till daybreak of the morning of April 1. About 5 P. M., March 31, while on the White Oak Road, I received the following from General Webb, chien to move back from the White Oak Road by an order from me, sent at 9.35 P. M, March 31, which was written on the first intimation I received to send troops to Genera The division was ordered to move down the Boydton Pike during the night of March 31, and report to General Sheridan at Dinwiddie C. H. Before arriving there it waperations on the first of April: The operations of the enemy on the thirty-first of March made it necessary for me to send a portion of my corps during the nightouse, Virginia, on April 9, 1865: * * * * * During the night of the thirty-first of March, my headquarters were at Dinwiddie Court House, and the Lieutenant-Gene