In the morning we move with four brigades-Conner's, Lane
's and Wofford
's — to dislodge the enemy from the Long Bridge
The three first become engaged near Whitlock
's and Darby's house, capturing one piece of artillery and about seventy-five prisoners, but without gaining the Long Bridge
Our loss is about two hundred and fifty in killed, wounded and missing.
At night the troops are returned to their positions about Fussell's mill. W. H. F. Lee
's cavalry arrived at night on the north side of the James