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vision camped about three miles northwest of Trevillian, at a place called Green Spring Valley, and Louisa Court House, some six miles east of Trevillian. Learning that I was at Carpenter's ford, Hion toward Clayton's store, on the road from Trevillian to Carpenter's ford, intending to attack me cades in dense timber about three miles from Trevillian. Meanwhile Custer's brigade had been sent fs division, which had followed Custer toward Trevillian, attacked him on the other. There then ensuot rally till they got some distance west of Trevillian, while, in the meantime, Gregg had driven Fiirk to the White House. About a mile beyond Trevillian the Gordonsville road forks — the left fork gagement, like that of the day before around Trevillian, was mostly fought dismounted by both sides,onfederate wounded in my hands, were left at Trevillian in hospitals, under charge of one of our surwith my pontoon-boats. In returning from Trevillian, as the most of our wounded were hauled in o
roads his discomfiture results of his raid Remounts movement to the North side of the James deceiving Lee my isolated position estimate of Hancock success of the cavalry their constant duties. While I was absent on the expedition to Trevillian, the movement of the Army of the Potomac across the James River was effected, and Wilson, whom I had left behind for the purpose, was engaged in the duty of covering its front and rear. Late on the night of June 12 he, with Chapman's brigade, n the 14th, by way of Long Bridge, as the rear of the Army of the Potomac passed the Chickahominy. In the performance of this duty Wilson did not have to fight any engagement of magnitude, for the bulk of the enemy's cavalry had followed me to Trevillian. During the 15th and 16th Wilson drew his troops in toward the James River, and next day crossed it on the pontoon-bridge and camped on the Blackwater, near Mt. Sinai Church. Here we remained till the 22d of June--the same day I reached the W