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eninsula; Lees Farm, May 3, 1862. Gen. S. Cooper. Adj't and Insp'r Gen'l, C. S. A: General — Deeming it of vital importance, for a time, Yorktown, on York river, and Mulberry Island on James river, and to keep the enemy in check by an intervening line, until the authorities might take such steps as should be deemed neceft flank was defended by elaborate fortifications at ship Point, connected by a broken line of redoubts, crossing the heads of the various ravines emptying into York river and Wormley's Creek and terminating at Fort Grafton, nearly in front of Yorktown. The right flank was defended by the fortifications at the month of Warwickr part would have 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, and 5, united by long curtains and flanked by rifle-pits, for the left