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n of the Massachusetts 20th, a section of the Rhode Island battery, and Tammany regiment, was sent to Conrad's Ferry. A section of Bunting's New York battery and Rickett's battery were already on duty respectively at Edward's and Conrad's Ferries. Gen. McCall's movement had evidently attracted the attention of the enemy, a rehusetts, was also ordered to move with a battalion to the river bank opposite Harrison's island by daybreak. Two mounted howitzers in charge of Lieut. French, of Rickett's battery, were ordered to the tow-path opposite Harrison's island. Col. Devens, in pursuance of his orders, crossed and proceeded to the point indicated, Con of Leesburg from Edwards's Ferry, I directed Gen. Gorman to throw across the river, at that point, two companies of the 1st Minnesota under cover of a fire from Rickett's battery, and sent out a party of 31 Van Allen cavalry, under Maj. Mix, accompanied by Capt. Chas. Stewart, Assistant Adjutant General, Capt. Murphy, and Lieuts.