s. If Morell has not joined you, send word to him to push forward immediately; also send word to Banks to hurry forward with all speed to take your place at Warrenton Junction.
It is necessary, on a send an officer with this despatch who will conduct you to this place.
Be sure to send word to Banks, who is on the road from Fayetteville, probably in the direction of Bealeton.
Say to Banks, alBanks, also, that he had best run back the railroad trains to this side of Cedar Run.
If he is not with you, write him to that effect.
By command of Major-General Pope. George D. Ruggles, Colonel and Chief of Staff. Maj.-Gen. F.-J. Porter, Warrenton Junction.
P. S.—If Banks is not at Warrenton Junction, leave a regiment of infantry and two pieces of artillery as a guard till he comes up, with instructions to follow you immediately.
If Banks is not at the Junction, instruct Colonel Cleary to run the trains back to this side of Cedar Run, and post a regiment and section of artillery with i