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had always and do still believe to be the Quaker road, being a road about two miles in length, leaving the Long Bridge road to the right, about three hundred yards above Mr. Nathan Enroughty's gate, and entering the Charles City (river) road at Tilghman's gate, about half a mile below Sweeney's Tavern. I further testify that the road into which I conducted Major-General Magruder's forces on the first July, 1862, is regarded not only by me as the Quaker road, but by other persons raised and lsition and force of the enemy. About three P. M., the enemy advanced a few pieces down the Williamsburg road, and opened a very annoying fire upon our lines. At five P. M. I proceeded, by order of General Wright, with the first section, (Lieutenant Tilghman,) to a point of woods about three hundred yards from the Yankee battery, and soon after opened fire, causing them to retire rapidly. Conducted by yourself, the battery was advanced nearly to the position of that occupied by the enemy; ind