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, and, although in one of the oldest States of the Union, there were but few reliable maps. Consequently, this information had to be obtained in advance of the army. A party composed of regular and volunteer officers and soldiers, under Colonel N. Michler, of the Engineer Corps, was directed to undertake this work. Their labors commenced after crossing the Rapidan. Every road within the lines of the army had to be surveyed and mapped, and the work extended as far as possible to the front ar were ordered to his assistance, and the officers of the corps on fortification duty on the sea-coast, north and east When it was just a question of time before Petersburg It was an unexpected war-time scene before the cottage of Colonel Nathaniel Michler of the Engineer Corps at Brant House, near Petersburg. It recalls the prelude to Tennyson's Princess, and the boy telling of the Christmas vacation in his deserted college halls, who swore he long'd at college, only long'd, all else wa