attle on turnpike.
Put Captain D. in position on turnpike; rode along our picket lines; fired upon by sharpshooters; moved off, after dark, with all the batteries, as we ascertained, that though we had whipped Grant badly on the fifth and sixth, he — was moving toward Richmond.
Stopped at Verdiersville, near Colonel N., who had used most of the artillery engaged in this corps — his battalion alone being in.
Sunday, 8th.--About one P. M. moved toward Anticon Church, on Terry's Creek of North Anna, and camped on Po river, near Shady Grove Church-thirteen miles.
Monday, 9th.--Moved on to Spottsylvania New Court-house.
Fighting yesterday and today at Court-house.
We got between Grant and Richmond.
Marched seven miles.
Tuesday, 10th.--At sunrise, put Captain S. in position in Daniels' brigade, and Captain J. in position in Ramseur's line.
Captain D. in reserve, but near; Captain G. in reserve, near Court-house.
Captain S. was about three hundred yards from a dense pine thick