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General Lee then directed me to proceed by the Quaker road, and to form on the right of Jackson. Hauder interrogated me as to the position of the Quaker road. I told him that it left the Long Bridge and in the vicinity of Malvern Hill, near the Quaker road; know the country intimately, having freqred to conduct Major-General Magruder into the Quaker road on the morning of first July, 1862, I didruder was conducted by J. B. Sweeney to be the Quaker road, and that this is the only road regarded ed until about nine P. M. Whilst halted at the Quaker road, the cheers of the combatants were distinong the Charles City road, and thence into the Quaker road, and, under the more immediate direction ding, and was ordered by him to proceed to the Quaker road, in the direction of Willis's church. Prmes River, skirting along the west side of the Quaker road, and closely watching the right of that rcamp of the enemy near Willis's Church, on the Quaker road; but not being able to obtain any reliabl[29 more...]
ly forwarded by me, about half past 10 o'clock, to Lieutenant-Colonel Young, to make the same report as at first, and to state that I thought they would go by the Quaker road to Malvern Hill in the morning, and that he must be on the alert and forward the report to General Hampton. I also despatched an officer to General Ripley, en for the failure of the artillery and infantry to come to my assistance when ordered to do so. At day-light, the enemy advanced by the Nelson house and down the Quaker road to Malvern Hill. I sent another officer, at once, to General Ripley, to announce that intelligence. General Hampton came over to my assistance between seved Captain W. B. Clement, commanding the picket post, to draw in his pickets on the left to the junction of the Long Bridge with the Charles City (sometimes called Quaker) road, also to picket what is called the Turner road, a cross road leading from Long Bridge road to White Oak Swamp Bridge, and to extend his line on Charles City