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was transported by way of the White House back to Bermuda Landing; Burnside's corps (the 9th) and Wright's (the 6th), by way of Jones's Bridgeth's (the 18th), with an aggregate of not less than 44,000 men.
Burnside's corps (the 9th) came up at about noon on the 16th,
Swinton's Army of the Potomac, p. 509. General Burnside, in his report, says he reached the position occupied by their troops at about 10 A. M. on the 1 cease, in order to take up his new position, a messenger from General Burnside to General Meade rode into our lines and was captured.
He bore a despatch, which appeared to be an answer to Meade by Burnside, representing that two of his divisions were badly cut up, and the third so
The enemy's force at Petersburg on the 18th embraced Hancock's, Burnside's, and Warren's corps, with a portion—the stronger portion—of Smitearly in the morning, but was in fact begun in the afternoon.
General Burnside, in his report, says:
A grand attack was ordered by the Ma