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ckets everything appeared to be in statu quo. On June 5th I rode from my headquarters, then near Brooks's Station on the Aquia Creek Railway, to Hooker's headquarters, and, returning, made a note that the day before there was cannonading near Fredericksburg — a sort of a reconnoissance in force on our part, with an attempt to lay a bridge; that some brigades of the enemy were reported moving off, but that as soon as our troops began to show signs of making a crossing their brigades reappeared.
he north of us. Particulars of the engagement have not yet come to hand.
One brigade of General Sedgwick's corps (Russell's) is also with Pleasonton, who now commands our cavalry.
A division of the same corps is still across the river below Fredericksburg.
Our own guns cover these troops, and they can stay there in safety as long as they please.
Harry Stinson, my aid-de-camp, went with General Ames.
Stuart, having spent much time in putting his cavalry into excellent condition, had writte