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caisson, and a suitable supply of ammunition, and take their position at the burnt bridge near Hampton, Colonels Allen, Carr and McChesney will hold their entire command in readiness, fully preparedty without double the present number of troops and means of transportation. The camps near Hampton are now confined to a narrow space. An exchange of prisoners is to be made today. Those iy.--Most of them are on the sick list. The captain of a sailing vessel which was lying near Hampton on the day after the battle of Great Bethel, has arrived at this port. He reports that a largerrived here this morning, with Col. Max Weller's German Regiment.--They go into encampment near Hampton.--Among the fifteen additional regiments expected at Fortress Monroe, is an efficient corps of a depth of 100 feet. Means are also being employed to bring a large supply of fresh water from Hampton. The headquarters of Gen. Butler, Quartermaster Talmadge and Commissary Taylor are daily c
The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
Little Bethel, a small church, about eight miles from Newport News, and the same distance from Hampton, from whence they were accustomed nightly to advance both on New port News and the picket guardcontribution. Accordingly I ordered General Pierce, who is in command of Camp Hamilton, at Hampton, to send Duryea's regiment of Zouaves to be ferried over Hampton Creek at one o'clock this morn Bendix's and Townsend's regiments should effect a junction at a fork of the road leading from Hampton to Newport News, something like a mile and a half from Little Bethel. I directed the march to rcements, and I immediately ordered Col. Allen's regiment to be put in motion, and they reached Hampton about 7 o'clock. In the meantime, the true state of facts having been ascertained by Gen. Piercinated, and that the troops were retiring in good order to camp. I remained upon the ground at Hampton, personally seeing the wounded put in boats and towed round to the hospital, and ordering forwa