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nly seen from our signal-stations, established at high points along the Rappahannock; and their movements and force were reported to me from time to time by Colonel J. S. Clark, of Gen. Banks's staff, who, both on that day, and for many preceding and succeeding days, gave me most valuable and reliable information. I am glad to expel and A. D.C. headquarters Third corps, Aug. 25--11.25 A. M. Colonel Ruggles, A. A.G. and Chief of Staff: Colonel: Inclosed you will please find reports of Col. Clark, A. D.C., from the Signal corps station, of the movements of the enemy on the south side of Hedgeman or Rappahannock River. The facts are reported as having bewith smoke and lines of dust. The deserter reports the arrival last evening of the greater portion of Longstreet's corps at its present position. (Signed) John S. Clark, 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: A
nly seen from our signal-stations, established at high points along the Rappahannock; and their movements and force were reported to me from time to time by Colonel J. S. Clark, of Gen. Banks's staff, who, both on that day, and for many preceding and succeeding days, gave me most valuable and reliable information. I am glad to expel and A. D.C. headquarters Third corps, Aug. 25--11.25 A. M. Colonel Ruggles, A. A.G. and Chief of Staff: Colonel: Inclosed you will please find reports of Col. Clark, A. D.C., from the Signal corps station, of the movements of the enemy on the south side of Hedgeman or Rappahannock River. The facts are reported as having bewith smoke and lines of dust. The deserter reports the arrival last evening of the greater portion of Longstreet's corps at its present position. (Signed) John S. Clark, 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: A