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t with you? General Miles has relieved General Griffin, and I find a vacant space on his left. To this I at once replied as follows: I send you a sketch of the country west of the Plank-road, and a copy of my communication to General Webb, as to my position. I cannot take up any regular line of battle on account of the woods and swamps, but have assembled each division at a point, so they can fight in any direction. I had a brigade of General Griffin's and a battery stationed at Stroud's, for support. I don't think your left could be turned (even if I moved away), without having full information. But as my troops now are, I could move Griffin right up on your flank along with my artillery. I shall work hard all day to get the road through the woods in order. At 8.55 A. M., I received the following from General Webb: Owing to the weather, no change will to-day be made in the present position of the troops. Three days rations of subsistence and forage will be b