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Chapter 4: Yorktown and Williamsburg McClellan at Fortress Monroe. Johnston goes to Yorktown. reorganization.
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But the fighting next day at Williamsburg proved so severe that he rode to the front and had both divisions to follow him.
Near Williamsburg, Magruder had, some months before, selected a line of battle across the Penin d Fort Magruder.
As the rear of our column came into Williamsburg during the afternoon of the 4th, the enemy's cavalry su es of Longstreet's division.
That night we stayed at Williamsburg, and it poured rain all night.
About 2 A. M. the leadi y water to West Point.
To hold the enemy in check at Williamsburg, Longstreet retained his whole division of six brigades H. Hill, which had only advanced a short distance from Williamsburg, was brought back as a reserve.
One of its brigades, E rs.
As far as possible the wounded were brought into Williamsburg, and soon after dark our march was resumed over roads n