ps of this army moved to oppose him — Ewell by the old turnpike, and Hill by the plankroad.
They arrived this morning in close proximity ieces of artillery.
The enemy subsequently concentrated upon Gen. Hill, who, with Heth's and Wilcox's divisions, successfully resisted r engagement.
In the afternoon a print telegram was received from Major Hill, brother of Lieut. Gen. A. P. Hill, to the following effect:
Lieut. Gen. A. P. Hill, to the following effect:
"Orange C. H, May 6.--We are driving the enemy at all points this morning. Gen. Hill and his staff are well."
As the enemy, according Gen. Hill and his staff are well."
As the enemy, according to Gen. Lee's telegram, had concentrated upon Gen. Hill's corps, this telegram showed that his assaults and not only been "successfully resisGen. Hill's corps, this telegram showed that his assaults and not only been "successfully resisted," at that Gen. II.
was driving them at all points.
A telegram from Major John Dooley, of the Richmond Ambulance Corps, reiterated t
In King William county, the force named burned the dwellings of Col. Hill and Mr. Sanford, and ravished a negro woman, besides committing o