ts, telegrams, &c., as we have or may be able to procure.
The following have never been published, and are worthy of going into the record:
Letter from General Wade Hampton.
Seth Campbell's, May 21st, 1864-9.30 P. M. To Major-General Breckinridge:
General — I met the enemy near Wright's tavern, two and one half miles a good blow might be struck.
I shall be here to-night.
If any of the cavalry come to the Junction, let them know that I am here.
Yours, very respectfully, Wade Hampton, Major-General.
headquarters Longstreet's corps, 8 P. M.--May 30, 1864. Major-General J. A. Early, Commanding Second Corps:
General--General Field reports Richmond, Va.:
Sir — Yesterday afternoon the enemy's cavalry were reported to be advancing by the left of our line toward Hanover Courthouse and Ashland.
General Hampton, with Rosser's brigade, proceeded to meet them.
Rosser fell upon their rear, charged down the road towards Ashland, bearing every thing before him. His progr