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s. Meadow Bridge is 6½ miles from and North of the city, and at that point the Central Railroad crosses the Chickahominy. The enemy were posted on the heights beyond. The York River Railroad crosses the Chickahominy about ten miles from Richmond, and about that distance below Meadow Bridge.--Mechanicsville is a mile beyond the Chickahominy, six miles from Richmond, and some two or three miles below Meadow Bridge. Other points which have become famous in the battles are in this order Ellyson's Mill, Beaver Dam, Powhite, or Hogan's farm, and Coal Harbor — all on the North bank, and covering a distance of some twelve miles. On the South side, and South of the York River Railroad, are the following roads, so often referred to in the narratives given now, as well as in the battle of the Seven Pines, The Williamsburg road, which connects with the New Bridge and Nine Mile roads at and near Seven Pines, crosses the Chickahominy at Bottom's Bridge. The New Bridge road crosses the