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z, numbering about 6,000 men, under command of the former, and sixteen pieces of artillery. He says: With this force Gen Wilson set out at 1 A M on the 22d of June, starting from the vicinity of Prince George Court House. He crossed the Petesrburg and Weldon Railroad at Reams's Station, at which point Col Chapman, with the Second brigade of Wilson's own division, had a skirmish with a small force of the enemy, which, however, was easily driven. The expedition moved by way of Dinwiddie Court House toward Petersburg and, on the south side of the railroad, which they struck at Ford's Mills, near Sutherland's Station. They then moved down the road, Gen Kantz in advance, as far as Ford's Station, destroying the road as they moved. At Ford's Station they captured two trains, comprising sixteen cars, with the locomotives, laden with refugees leaving Petersburg — After destroying the depot and captured trains, the command bivouacked at Ford's Station for the night. Early on t