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een hundred and seventy strong with two light batteries, across James River, by the pontoon bridge. Three companies of cavalry, numbering one hundred and thirty men, under Major E. Burroughs, accompanied this force. The same evening Brigadier-General J. G. Walker joined me with his brigade of thirty-six hundred effective men and two batteries, which had crossed the river on Thursday, the twenty-sixth June, and was now again placed under my command. The division bivouacked that night upon Cornhe honor to submit the following report cf the operations of this brigade during the recent engagements in front of Richmond: Thursday night, June twenty-sixth, orders were received from the Secretary of War for the Fourth brigade, Brigadier-General J. G. Walker commanding, to cross the James River, and reenforce Major-General Huger's division. The brigade, composed of the Third Arkansas, Thirtieth Virginia, Fifty-seventh Virginia, Twenty-seventh North Carolina, and Forty-Sixth North Carolin
ts overlooking Harper's Ferry, and Brigadier-General J. G. Walker, pursuing a different route, to crry respectfully, Your obedient servant, J. G. Walker, Brigadier-General, commanding. Reportn the enemy from the batteries of Brigadier-General John G. Walker from Loudoun Heights, and from thelow; similar instructions will be sent to General Walker. I do not desire any of the batteries to one. I am now ready to open. (Signed,) General Walker. There being no courier at the post, Ixton.) [Harper's Ferry, no. 4.] From General Walker to General Jackson. I am informed ey. (Signed,) General Walker. To Generals Walker and McLaws: Fire at such positions of y opens from this side, (in front of Bolivar.) Walker opens from Loudoun Heights. Yankees are seen as circumstances may justify. II. Brigadier-General Walker will take in reverse the battery on t Maryland Heights, between Generals McLaws and Walker. Captain Adams, who was the only commission[9 more...]