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rt-house. A forward movement of the National army had just begun. Warren and Humphreys, with their corps, had moved at an early hour that morks of their antagonists, only 6 miles from Dinwiddie Court-house. Warren had lost 300 men in a fight on the way. On the next day (March 30),rks, and that it was uncertain whether he could hold his position. Warren was sent to his aid with a portion of his corps. Ranking Warren, SWarren, Sheridan became commander of the whole force. Leaving Warren half-way between Dinwiddie Court-house and Five Forks, Sheridan pressed boldly onWarren half-way between Dinwiddie Court-house and Five Forks, Sheridan pressed boldly on towards the latter place, with cavalry alone, and drove the Confederates into their works and enveloped them with his overwhelming number of horsemen. He then ordered Warren forward to a position on his right, so as to be fully on the Confederate left. He drove some Confederates towards Petersburg, and returned before Warren was prepared to charge upon the works. At 4 P. M. War- Movement towards five Forks. ren move