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t McLean's Ford; Brig.-Gen. Longstreet's at Blackburn's Ford; Brig. Gen. Bonham's at Mitchell's Ford; Col. Cocke's at Ball's Ford, some threeeauregard and I placed ourselves on a commanding Hill in rear of Gen. Bonham's left — near nine o'clock the signal officer, Capt. Alexander, l Hampton, with his legion, and Col. Jackson, from a Point near General Bonham's left, were ordered to hasten to the left flank. the signEarly to move with all speed to the sound of the firing, and to General Bonham to send up two of his regiments, and a battery. Gen. Beauregared to hasten the march of General Holmes's, Colonel Early's and General Bonham's regiments. General Ewell was also directed to follow with ala General rout ensued. Instructions were instantly sent to General Bonham to march by the quickest routs to the Turnpike, to intercept thle aid at different times during the day. Colonel G. W. Lay, of General Bonham's staff, delivered my instructions to the troops sent in pursui