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e; but the Fifth corps crowding along the line without waiting to re-form, captured all who remained, as it swept along. I was with the extreme advance in the last movement, and was relieved while there at seven P. M., the battle being then over, and not even a fugitive enemy in sight. The following are copies of the letters herein referred to. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, G. K. Warren,, Major-General Volunteers. General Warren to Col. Bowers. Petersburg, April 22, 1865. To Colonel T. S. Bowers, A. G., Headquarters Armies of United States: Colonel: I beg leave to forward a copy of communication addressed to Headquarters Armies United States, on the ninth instant, with the request to be allowed to publish the same. This will relieve me and my friends from an unpleasant relation to the public, will answer many letters daily received, and will prevent my silence being an injury to me. I can then patiently await the investigation that I do not doubt wil