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Doc. 48.-the battle of Bristoe Station. Report of General A. P. Hill. see page 540, documents, Vol. 7, rebellion record. headquarters Third army corps, October 26, 1863. Colonel R. H. Chilton, A. A. and I. General, Army of Northern Virginia: Colonel: I have the honor to state that on the morning of the fourteenth instant, I left my camp, one mile distant from Warrenton, on the Amissville turnpike, at five o'clock A. M., and in obedience to orders from the General commanding, took the Warrenton and Alexandria turnpike, until reaching Broad Run Church, then to take the road by Greenwich and on to Bristoe Station. Upon arriving at Broad Run Church information reached me, from various sources, that the enemy were moving by a road leading from Greenwich to the Warrenton and Alexandria pike, and coming into it a mile below Buckland. The rumbling of wagons, which could be distinctly heard, led me to place reliance in these reports. General Anderson was directed to take