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t, he resumed the march on Thursday morning, passing within three miles of Stony creek, and thence across the Jerusalem plankroad to the Norfolk and Petersburg road. The raid was undertaken to secure a drove of cattle grazing at Coggin's Point, in Prince George county, and the nearest force of the enemy to it was at Sycamore church. It was determined to attack that force at daylight on Friday morning. The Petersburg Express says: All necessary disposition of the troops having been made,nsportation. The following note to Grant's chief commissary was found in Major Baker's tent: "I have the honor to report the arrival of two thousand four hundred and eighty-six head of cattle here. I have this day moved them from Coggin's Point, as the grazing in this vicinity is the finest in the country. I only fear it will not hold out long enough. The cattle are in splendid order. "J. S. Baker, "Commanding First District Columbia cavalry." The cattle being secu