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the troops going from this side of the Appomattox were to be across the river by 12 o'clock, so as to obtain some little rest before starting at daylight. Gen. Hinks, with his troop, was to meet Gen. Gillmore at a point named on the City Point side. Gen. Hinks was ready at the appointed time. Gen. Gillmore was two hours anGen. Hinks was ready at the appointed time. Gen. Gillmore was two hours and a half behind time. --The brigade under his command, on reaching the opposite side, presented a sorry aspect, covered with mud and water. As the roads were dry this was hard to account for, but upon inquiry the poor fellows said they had been marching through swamps and bogs in order to reach the pontoon bridge, to which severaifton as should prevent reinforcements from being sent. This was done, and no troops went to Petersburg after daylight, nor before, for that matter. While Gen. Hinks and Col. Hawley (8th Conn.,) who commanded the brigades respectively, were awaiting orders to attack these works or at least to make such demonstration upon the