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at Fort Grafton, nearly in front of Yorktown. The right flank was defended by the fortifications at the month of Warwick river, and at Mulberry Island Point, and the redoubts extending from the Warwick to James river. Intervening between tes too weak to attempt the defence of this line, I was compelled to prepare to receive the enemy on a second line, on Warwick river. This line was incomplete in its preparations, owing to the fact that a thousand negro laborers that I had engaghave been attended with great loss. The Warwick line, upon which we rested, may be briefly described, as follows: Warwick river rises very near York river, and about a mile and a half to the right of Yorktown. Yorktown and Redoubts Nos. 4, ains and flanked by rifle-pits, for the left of the line, until, at the commencement of the military road, it reaches Warwick river, here, a sluggish and boggy stream, twenty or thirty yards wide, and running through a dense wood fringed by swamps.