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tson, wounded slightly. The telegraph wire, which had been cut, was immediately restored. Thursday, twenty-sixth ultimo, moved with the cavalry brigade to the neighborhood of Pale Green Church, and bivouacked. Friday, twenty-seventh ultimo, the brigade moved toward Old Church. By command of the General, I sent forward, to clear the road, company F, (Georgia Huzzars, Captain Waring,) of the legion. The pickets of the enemy were discovered at a point two miles from Old Church, and Lieutenant Waldron and private Herwellman succeeded in overtaking two of the lancers, and killed one and wounded the other, who was subsequently captured. A piece of the horse artillery was advanced, under Captain Pelham, and fired in the direction of the church. Subsequently it was ascertained that the firing put to flight one thousand or fifteen hundred of the enemy's cavalry, in that vicinity. My command being in front, the Jeff Davis legion on the right, the brigade advanced toward Cold Harbor. Ca