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al James S. Wadsworth; and Captain Gordon Winslow, son of the like lamented Rev. Gordon Winslow. Battle of Quaker road. We left our camp, in rear of the lines at Petersburg, at three A. M., on March twenty-ninth. We moved south, across Rowanty Creek, below the junction of Gravelly and Hatcher's Runs, took the road thence to Dinwiddie Court House, as far as the Quaker Road, then turned up this latter, and crossed Gravelly Run. A sharp engagement took place between a division of the eneal Meade, which I received at 8 P. M. (previously given), would have justified me in destroying the bridge; had it yet been standing intact. I had no pontoons with me now; the supply with which I started on the 29th had been used in bridging Rowanty Creek and the Quaker Road crossing of Gravelly Run, and the boats and engineers were kept there for the service of the trains. At 10.15 P. M., I received, by telegraph, the following dispatch from General Webb, written 9.40 P. M. Since your d