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he field. In the mean time I had received several messages from General Lee, and one from the President of the Confederate States, to send fhe field that night. About nine P. M., I received an order from General Lee, to cooperate with Major-General Jackson, on the Cold Harbor roaGeneral Whiting's division leading) and effected a junction with General Lee near a church a few miles from Malvern Hill. Whiting's divisioneral Jackson, enclosing one from Colonel R. H. Chilton, chief of General Lee's staff, saying that positions were selected, from which our artMajor: On Tuesday, twenty-fourth of June, I received orders from General Lee to take a position on the Chickahominy, near Half Sink, on Wedne Not having received any intelligence from General Jackson, and General Lee's written orders to me being explicit, there was no danger of myhe injury inflicted was small. About eight o'clock, by order of General Lee, I occupied a piece of ground in front of Brigadier-General Arch