seur, taking two wagons with him. Firing on our right, probably at plank-road.
Grant crossed, May 4, 1864, at Ely's and Germania Fords.
Cavalry fighting near the rter dark, with all the batteries, as we ascertained, that though we had whipped Grant badly on the fifth and sixth, he — was moving toward Richmond.
Stopped at Verd New Court-house.
Fighting yesterday and today at Court-house.
We got between Grant and Richmond.
Marched seven miles.
Tuesday, 10th.--At sunrise, put Captain badly.
About four P. M. went to Longstreet's line, and saw the charges made by Grant's men on our left.
Seven heavy charges made and repulsed.
Just before dark thwere using axes in our front.
Thursday, May 12--Morning foggy.
At daybreak, Grant charged over our lines, at Dole's position, capturing eight guns of Cutshaw's ause is situated, and made a weak point in our lines, as it could be occupied by Grant if we left it out of our lines, while, if we took it in, it was scarcely tenabl