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Bridge (Chickahominy) and Charles City Court-house Road; Hancock's (the 2d) and Warren's (the 5th) corps, by way of Long Bridge (Chickahominy) to Wilcox Landing, on tt.
The contest continued into the night, then gradually slackened and ceased.
Warren's corps (the 5th), which had only reached Petersburg at dusk
Swinton's Army pted by the enemy until about noon of the next day (17th). With the addition of Warren's corps, composed of four divisions, the Federal force now assailing PetersburgThe enemy's force at Petersburg on the 18th embraced Hancock's, Burnside's, and Warren's corps, with a portion—the stronger portion—of Smith's corps, under General Mane, beyond the railroad. * * * The troops of General Hancock, on our right, and Warren, on our left, fully co-operated with us in this engagement.
General Meade aorps, with no better results.
General Beauregard's extreme right confronted Warren's corps, but was merely a thin skirmish line of infantry behind the defences.