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Chapter XX General Wilson's advance toward Hanover Court House crossing the Pamunkey e
he fight to retain the place
movements of General Wilson.
When I rejoined the Army of the Potoma ecution.
In conjunction with these manoeuvres Wilson's division was sent to the right flank of the rossing the former stream near Jericho Mills.
Wilson was to operate from day to day on that flank a .
From the 26th to the 30th these duties kept Wilson constantly occupied, and also necessitated a c t as this had been done, a little before dark, Wilson received an order from General Meade directing ream.
Chapman having succeeded in this work, Wilson re-united his whole command and endeavored to 2d of June he moved to Hawe's Shop.
While Wilson was operating thus on the right, I had to cove until the 6th of June.
As before related, Wilson's division struck the enemy's infantry as well uth Anna, which was his part of the programme, Wilson found it necessary to return to Price's Store.