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h a result at which both of us were equally surprised, he probably at my being able to load so quickly, and I at hitting the mark.
He was found there, wounded, when my skirmishers were pushed forward.
On the morning of May 27th General Grant's army had disappeared from our front.
During the night it had folded its tents like the Arab and as quietly stolen away, on its fourth turning movement since the opening of the campaign.
The Army of the Potomac was already on its march for the Pamunkey River at Hanovertown, where the leading corps crossed on the morning of the 27th.
Lee moved at once to head off his adversary, whose column was now eight miles nearer Richmond than he was. In the
Jericho Mills — Union Engineer Corps at work.
From a War-time photograph. afternoon of the 28th, after one of the severest cavalry engagements of the war, in which Hampton and Fitz Lee opposed the advance of Sheridan at Hawes's Shop, the infantry of both armies came up and again confronted each o