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in its most terrible features. It was determined to move on during the night. The distance to Turkey Island Bridge, the point on James river which was to be reached, by the direct road, was six miles. But those vast numbers could not move over one narrow road in days; hence every by road, no matter any circuitous, had been searched out by questioning prisoners and by cavalry excursions. Every one was filled by one of the advancing columns. The whole front was in motion by 7 P. M., Gen. Reyes in command of the advance. I rode with Gen. Howe's brigade, of Couch division, taking a wagon tractor through dense woods and precipitous ravines, far around to the left, and straight distance below Turkey Island. Commencing at case, the march continued until daylight. The night was dark and fearful. Heavy thunder rolled in turn along each point of the horizon, and dark clouds spread the entire canopy. We were forbidden to speak aloud; or, lest the light of a cigar should presen