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up with the General about eight miles from our encampment. At half-past 5 A. M. column again in motion received orders, upon arriving at the road leading to Hill's Point, to take one regiment of infantry and ascertain if the fort was occupied, and, if so, by whom. Accompanied by my staff, and followed by the Ninth New-Jersey, ssachusetts volunteers. At twelve M. received orders to continue the march toward Washington, leaving the Ninth New-Jersey and Twenty-third Massachusetts at Hill's Point. Placed the Seventeenth Massachusetts in advance, and arrived at Washington at three P. M. The Ninth New-Jersey volunteers arrived by boat from Hill's Point from Hill's Point at five P. M. Left on steamer Escort for Newbern, N. C., on the twentieth, and reached here at six A. M. on the twenty-first. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, C. A. Heckman, Brigadier-General Commanding Brigade. To Lieutenant-Colonel S. Hoffman, Acting Adjutant-General Eighteenth Army Corps.