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The latter found Federal outposts five miles from Richmond — or two miles west of Seven Pines — in such strength as indicated that a corps was near.
On receiving this information from General Hill, I informed him that he would lead an attack on the enemy next morning.
Orders were given for the concentration of twenty-two of our twenty-eight brigades against McClellan's left wing, about two-fifths of his army.
Our six other brigades were guarding the river from New Bridge to Meadow Bridge, on our extreme left.
Longstreet and Huger were directed to conduct their divisions to D. H. Hill's position on the Williamsburg road, and G. W. Smith to march with his to the junction
Major-General Benjamin Huger, C. S. A. From a photograph. of theNine-mile road with the New Bridge road, where Magruder was with four brigades.
Longstreet, as ranking officer of the troops on the Williamsburg road, was instructed verbally to form D. H. HillPs division as first line, and his own as s