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ith a force of seven to eight thousand men, had, by availing himself of the Warwick River, a small stream which runs through a low, marshy country, from near Yorktowy and defend the whole line, over thirteen miles long, he built dams in the Warwick River, so as to form pools across which the enemy, without bridges, could not pasMcClellan advanced with his immense army, Magruder fell back to the line of Warwick River, which has been imperfectly described, and there checked the enemy; the vas's command. I think you had better break the enemy's line from Yorktown to Warwick River at once. They will probably use time as advantageously as you can.—Report referred to], it was supposed that, if the enemy assaulted our army at the Warwick River line, we should defeat them; but that, if instead of assaulting they made r decision. The order for the withdrawal of the army from the line of the Warwick River on the night of April 2d was delayed until the next night because, as I hav