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olmes, in the message delivered to me, disclaimed giving me orders, but suggested rather that he needed reinforcements, and inquired whether I could aid him. I immediately assumed the responsibility of ordering to his command the Twenty-sixth, Colonel Page, and the Forty-sixth, Colonel Duke, and Andrews's and Rives's batteries, under Major Stark, leaving of these only small camp guards, and the Fourth regiment and French's and Armistead's batteries to guard the bluff. On the thirtieth of June, . headquarters Chaffin's farm, July 16, 1862. To Brigadier-General Henry A. Wise: General: I have the honor to report the force you left here with, on the morning of the thirtieth June, as follows: Twenty-sixth Virginia Regiment, Colonel P. R. Page--31 officers, 70 non-commissioned officers, 354 privates. Forty-sixth Virginia Regiment, Colonel R. T. W. Duke--31 officers, 64 non-commissioned officers, 306 privates. Artillery Corps, two Companies, (Major Stark.)--Company A, Captai