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think the force he sent to relieve General Griffin is much more than, under any circumstances, would be needed there. My troops are, however, at all times as ready to move as it is possible to keep them for a long time. If the enemy break General Humphrey's line at any time, or threaten to do so, I shall not wait for orders to assist him, if I can. At 8.50 A. M., I received the following from General Humphreys: Please let me know where your right will rest, that I may connect with yo will take place about 1.45 P. M., if the enemy does not attack sooner. Owing to some difficulties in crossing the Run, this advance which was thus made with the whole available corps, took place a little after the time specified above. General Humphrey's division, under General Miles, also advanced against the enemy about the same period on our right, but the movement was not made in close connection with mine. It is my intention to enter more into details when I receive the official repo