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d passed the City Point Railroad, and the cavalry was opposite Cedar level near Baylor's farm, the enemy's guns opened fire from the open field on the opposite side oat of a surprise to me, as a few days before I had, with an escort, ridden over Baylor's farm, finding no signs of the enemy except a picket-post in the woods on the e-form the column, it being past noon, I think, when the march was resumed from Baylor's farm towards the Jordan Point road. I should here state that during the affair at Baylor's farm, my horse failed in an attempt to leap the railroad ditch, and in his fall I was caught and pressed between his shoulder and the bank, causing sevons of Martindale and Brooks having been directed by General Smith to move from Baylor's farm towards Petersburg by approaches to the right of the Jordan Point road atance to the rear. I at once rode to near the intersection of the roadway from Baylor's farm with the Jordan Point road, and there found General Birney (or was it Ge