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e moved on Richmond from Harrison's Landing, when his army was there on the 15th, by way of Malvern Hill and the Charles City road, rather than have crossed the James river at all. True, the whole strength of the Confederate army would have been in his path, and a terrible battle would have taken place, but the battle could not havty to carry into execution certain measures for the defence of Richmond, which he could not have had, if Gen. Grant had not crossed over to the southside of the James river. If these measures prove successful, it is not too much to say that they will absolutely prevent the capture of Richmond at this time. They are measures dl. George Covode, brother of the Hon. John Covode, was killed in a fight with the rebel cavalry while covering the rear of Sheridan's trains from White House to James river. Col. John F Ballier, of the 98th Pennsylvania cavalry, was killed in a fight near Reams's Station on the 29th. The 67th Long Island regiment, 70 in n