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ear of my column coming up to the Charles City road about ten o'clock, at which point we bivouacked for the night.
In this flank movement two of my batteries — Osborne's and Bramhall's — had been detached for duty in the defence of Savage's station, where they rendered efficient service.
The report of Capt. Osborne is herewith Capt. Osborne is herewith forwarded, to which the attention of the Major-General commanding the corps is especially invited.
About daylight the following morning, thirtieth ult., the Major-General commanding the corps communicated to me in person that it was his desire that my division should cover what is called the Quaker road, over which our troops, ahave since been received by his regiment.
I respectfully forward herewith the reports of brigade and regimental commanders.
Also the report of the services of Osborne's battery at Malvern Hill.
From these, it will appear that my division has again given me cause to be profoundly grateful for their conduct and courage.