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The Peninsula Campaign.General Magruder's official report. Headq'rs Department of the Peninsula; Lees Farm, May 3, 1862. Gen. S. Cooper. Adj't and Insp'r Gen'l, C. S. A: General — Deeming it of vital importance, for a time, Yorktown, on York river, and Mulberry Island on James river, and to keep the enemy in check by an intervening line, until the authorities might take such steps as should be deemed necessary to meet a serious advance of the enemy in the Peninsula, I felt compelled to dispose my forces in such a manner as to accomplish these objects with the least risk possible, under the circumstances of great hazard which surrounded the little Army I commanded. I had prepared, as my real line of defence, positions in advance, at Harwood's and Young's Mills. Both flanks of this line were defended by boggy and difficult streams and swamps. In addition, the left flank was defended by elaborate fortifications at ship Point, connected by a broken line of redoubt