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Operations in front of Petersburg June 24th, 1864. Report of General Hagood. headquarters Hagood's S. C. Brigade, Hoke's division, June 26th, 1864. Capt. Otey, A. A. G.: Captain,—I am required to make a full report of the operations of my command in front of Petersburg on the morning of the 24th inst.: My Brigade occupied the left of our line of entrenchments, resting on the south bank of the Appomattox, the Twenty-seventh, Twenty-first and Eleventh Regiments filling the space from the river to the City Point road, and the Twenty-fifth and Seventh battalions extending along the lines south of the road. The enemy's entrenchments were at this point, parallel to ours, at a distance of about four hundred yards—an open field, with a rank growth of oats upon it, intervening. Each side had slight rifle-pits a short distance in advance of its first line of entrenchments. Our line of entrenchments was single. The enemy was entrenched in three lines close together, and the