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orders, ended any part taken by my company in the struggles around Richmond. I will take occasion to say, though not actually engaged, the men acted in a manner entirely satisfactory, and evinced an earnest desire to take an active part in the late great struggles around Richmond; but as all this occurred under your immediate observation, I will only say that they obeyed all orders cheerfully and soldierly. Major, I have the honor to be, Yours, with high respect, John J. Ancell, Captain Fluvanna Light Artillery. Report of Lieutenant Woolfolk. headquarters company A, Second battalion reserve artillery, July 11. 1862. Major Charles Richardson, commanding Second Battalion Reserve Artillery Corps: Major: In pursuance of your orders, I have the honor to make the following report of the services of this battery from the twenty-sixth of June. At this date, we were on picket duty at Mrs. Price's house, opposite the New Bridge, seven miles from Richmond. We were then under