cretary of War.
my telegraphic despatch of June 1st, in regard to the battle of Fair Oaks,
Thin, Major-General Commanding.
Field of battle, June 1, 12 o'clock. To Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary ps in the battle of the thirty-first May and first June:
The Fourth corps, being in the advance, Camp.
H — Naglee's Camp.
I--Rebel line, 1st June.
J--Union line, Sickles's, 1st June.
K 1st June.
K — Seven Pines.
L--First line of defence.
M--Second line of defence.
N--Third line of defenc to meet the enemy.
At daylight, on the first of June, I was placed in command of the intrenchmer line was made secure for the night.
Sunday, June first.
The army had lain on their arms all niontest at this point on May thirty-first and June first.
Their coolness and steadiness under a heav the said battle and its continuation on Sunday, June first.
First. One journal states that afteride of the river.
On the morning of the first of June, the enemy attacked the brigade of Gen. Pi