rtindale's command had been returned to Butler, so that Meade's and Butler's armies were again complete.
Meade's corps were disposed as follows, from right to left of the line: Burnside, Warren, Birney (Hancock's), Wright.
On the morning of June 22, Wright's and Birney's corps moved westward with a view to crossing the Weldon Railroad and swinging around to the left; but they were vigorously attacked and forced back some distance.
They advanced again in the evening, but nothing important Army of the Potomac, and four regiments of the cavalry of the Army of the James under Kautz, to the south of Petersburg, with a view to striking both the South Side and the Danville railroads.
This cavalry command started out on the morning of June 22.
It was composed of nearly 6000 men and several batteries of horse-artillery.
It first struck the Weldon, then the South Side Railroad, and afterward advanced as far as Roanoke Station on the Danville road, inflicting much damage.
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