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er marching two miles, bivouacked for the night. At three o'clock on the morning of the eleventh, the First brigade, Second division, was sent, under Brigadier-General H. E. Davies, on a special expedition to Ashland, a distance of seven miles, for the purpose of destroying the railroad and supplies. Great caution and haste werehe summer campaign. If the Government could furnish horses for the large number that are dismounted, he would have the finest command in the army. Brigadier-General H. E. Davies, one of New York's distinguished sons, commands a brigade in the Second division. Although young in years, he is a veteran in the service, and has wof Ambulance. Lieutenant Thos. Arrowsmith, Aid-de-Camp. Lieutenant T. J. Gregg, Aid-de-Camp. Captain F. Wilson, Signal Officer. First Brigade--Brigadier General Henry E. Davies. Staff.--Captain F. L. Tremain, Assistant Adjutant-General. Captain H. S. Thomas, Assistant Inspector-General. Captain W. Harper, Aid. Lieute
k road, and directed General Crook to send General Davies' brigade of his division to the support ofg a crossing higher up the creek, striking General Davies' brigade of the second division, which, afour lines. The commands of Generals Devin and Davies reached Dinwiddie Court-house without opposititagg and Fitzhugh, in the First division, Generals Davies, Gregg, and Smith, in the Second divisionil five General Crook was directed to send General Davies' brigade to make a reconnoissance to Paineany movement toward that flank to escape. General Davies struck a train of one hundred and eighty wf the Second division were sent out to support Davies, and some heavy fighting ensued, the enemy havstrong force of infantry to attack and cut off Davies' brigade, which attempt was unsuccessful. Durhe same creek in heavy force, and drove in General Davies' brigade, and advancing rapidly gained the's. This forced Devin, who was in advance, and Davies, to cross to the Boydton road. General Gregg'[1 more...]