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The four divisions were assembled at Williamsburg about noon of the 4th.
Magruder's division marched several miles, was ordered back to Williamsburg, and I returned myself; for at ten o'clock,aced in hospitals and private residences in Williamsburg.
Longstreet's and Hill's divisions slept obably passed the winter, had been hauled to Williamsburg that morning, by Major Barbour's orders.
Astreet and D. H. Hill, with the cavalry, at Williamsburg, as has been said.
In Federal dispatcheon at the Burnt Ordinary, twelve miles from Williamsburg; Smith's and Magruder's divisions were stats division in the centre, formed across the Williamsburg road; Longstreet's on the right, covering td Hill's division in two lines crossing the Williamsburg road at right angles, and to advance to theere fresh, not having fired a shot.
On the Williamsburg road four Federal divisions, three of whiches — the commanders at Fair Oaks and on the Williamsburg road-stood on the defensive the day after t