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ugust, at Rappahannock station. The corps of Heintzelman and Porter, about eighteen thousand strong, joined me on the twenty-sixth and twenty-seventh of August at Warrenton Junction. The Pennsylvania reserves, under Reynolds, and Heintzelman's corptry, and in all fidelity to the Government and to the army. General Sturgis arrived at Warrenton Junction on the twenty-sixth of August with Piatt's brigade of his division, the only portion of that division which ever joined me. This brigade was telark, Colonel and A. D.C. A true copy: T. C. H. Smith, Lieut.-Colonel and A. D.C. headquarters Third corps, Warrenton, August 26, 9 P. M. Major-General Pope: An intelligent negro has just come in to Gen. Buford from White Plains, and reports theshed under the direction of Gen. Milroy, after much exertion and some loss of life. At two o'clock next morning, (August twenty-sixth,) as I was entering Warrenton with my rear-guard, I received another order from Gen. Pope, through Gen. McDowell,
ugust, at Rappahannock station. The corps of Heintzelman and Porter, about eighteen thousand strong, joined me on the twenty-sixth and twenty-seventh of August at Warrenton Junction. The Pennsylvania reserves, under Reynolds, and Heintzelman's corptry, and in all fidelity to the Government and to the army. General Sturgis arrived at Warrenton Junction on the twenty-sixth of August with Piatt's brigade of his division, the only portion of that division which ever joined me. This brigade was telark, Colonel and A. D.C. A true copy: T. C. H. Smith, Lieut.-Colonel and A. D.C. headquarters Third corps, Warrenton, August 26, 9 P. M. Major-General Pope: An intelligent negro has just come in to Gen. Buford from White Plains, and reports theshed under the direction of Gen. Milroy, after much exertion and some loss of life. At two o'clock next morning, (August twenty-sixth,) as I was entering Warrenton with my rear-guard, I received another order from Gen. Pope, through Gen. McDowell,