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mishers. Battery opening on Meade, probably from position on Old Richmond road. 9:40 A. M. Two batteries playing on Reynolds' advance, in rear of his first line, cause him to desist the advance. They are on the Bowlin Green road, near the river. They must be silenced before he can advance. Heavy firing in our front. 11 A. M. Meade advanced half a mile, and holds on infantry of-enemy in woods in front of extreme left; also in front of Howe; no loss so far of great importance. General Vinton badly, but not dangerously wounded. later. Reynolds has been forced to develop his whole line — an attack of some force of enemy's troops on our left seems probable, as far as can now be judged. Stoneman has been directed to cross one division to support our left. Report of cavalry pickets from the other side of the river, that the enemy's troops were moving down the river on this side during the latter part of the night. Howe's pickets reported movements in their front, same dire
11 A. M. Meade advanced half a mile, and holds on infantry of-enemy in woods in front of extreme left; also in front of Howe; no loss so far of great importance. General Vinton badly, but not dangerously wounded.