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Fifth Corps, after the latter reaches Dinwiddie Court House. Move your cavalry at as early an Crook and Devin reached the county-seat of Dinwiddie about 5 o'clock in the evening, having encoulaces. Crook and Devin camped near Dinwiddie Court House in such manner as to cover the Vaughn,orks roads; for, as these all intersected at Dinwiddie, they offered a chance for the enemy's appros for floundering through the mud. Dinwiddie Court House, though a most important point in the uthside railroad, Lee made no effort to hold Dinwiddie, which he might have done with his cavalry, he Boydton plankroad, retaining Smith's near Dinwiddie, for use in any direction required. On the ith the cavalry alone. On my way back to Dinwiddie I stopped at the headquarters of General Warters I returned by the Boydton road to Dinwiddie Court House, fording Gravelly Run with ease. Whens position and strength, and then rode on to Dinwiddie to endeavor to get all my other troops up. M
Chapter VI Battle of Dinwiddie Court House Pickett repulsed reinforced by the Fifth C Five Forks road about two miles in front of Dinwiddie, near J. Boisseau's. Crook, with Smith and Gook moved Smith's brigade out northwest from Dinwiddie to Fitzgerald's crossing of Chamberlain's Crressed it back on the Five Forks road toward Dinwiddie, though our men, fighting dismounted behind p to be filled with Pennington, that covered Dinwiddie and the Boydton Road. My left rested in theidently advanced, all danger of their taking Dinwiddie or marching to the left and rear of our infanoon, and to say that I proposed to stay at Dinwiddie, but if ultimately compelled to abandon the assure General Grant that I would hold on at Dinwiddie till forced to let go. By following me tke the force threatening Sheridan in rear at Dinwiddie, and move on the enemy's rear with the otherelieving that if it came all the way down to Dinwiddie the next morning, our opportunity would be g[6 more...]