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d the following dispatch from General Webb, written 10.30 A. M.: Your dispatch, giving General Ayres' position, is received: General Meade directs that should you determine, by your reconnoissance, that you can get possession of the White Oak Road, you are to do so, notwithstanding the orders to suspend operations. Comparison of the preceding dispatches with the following extract relating to the same subject, taken from Lieutenant-General Grant's report to the Secretary of War, dated July 22, 1865, published with the annual documents, shows that Lieutenant-General Grant must have been misinformed in relation to the reports made by me, and the orders I received. [extract.] On the morning of the 31st, General Warren reported favorably to getting possession of the White Oak Road, and was directed to do so. To accomplish this, he moved with one division instead of his whole corps. It is seen that the operations proposed by me and ordered, were as General Meade describes,