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at the field of battle, I was met by Colonel Taylor, of General Lee's staff, sent to bring up reinforcements, and received dot up yet, I took advantage of the interval to report to General Lee, who ordered me to hurry up my division as rapidly as po Seymour, in the woods on the right of the road, and, by General Lee's directions, sent back Captain G. C. Brown, A. A. G., tn, falling Creek, Chesterfield County, July 21, 1862. General B. E. Lee, commanding Army Northern Virginia: General: I subdivision. At the same moment I received a despatch from General Lee, (whom I left at my late headquarters,) saying it was veto show us what road to take. Major Taylor, A. D. C. to General Lee, came up, and conducted us to the front, where I reported to General Lee. I found Armstead's and Wright's brigades on front line, exactly opposite the enemy, who were posted in lar between the pickets. I had previously, by direction of General Lee, sent Mahone's brigade to support Cobb's; and as the act