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CHAP. XLVIII.] RAPIDAN TO THE JAMES. 549No. 99.Itinerary of the Fifth Army Corps.*May 4.—Corps left Culpeper at midnight ; crossed Rapidan at Germanna Ford, and bivouacked near Wilderness Tavern.May 5.—Attacked Ewell's corps with Griffin's, Wadsworth's, and part of Crawford's divisions ; afterward attacked Hill's corps with NVadsworth's division ; fought until dark.May 6.—Commenced fighting again at 4.30 a. m.; fought all day; General Wadsworth killed and General Baxter wounded.May 7.—Took the advance at dark ; marched all night toward Spotsylvania Court-House.May 8.—Met Longstreet's corps in the morning near that place ; fought all the rest of the day, encountering part of Ewell's corps just at dark ; General Robinson severely wounded.May 9.--Drove enemy into his intrenched line.May 10.—Vigorously assaulted enemy's position in conjunction with Second Corps.May 12.—Repeated assault on enemy alone at same place as on the 10th. General Ayres marched to left to support Second Corps in afternoon.; marched back during the night in the rain.May 13.—Constructed line of breast-works tg contract our lines ; worked all day ; marched all night in the rain around the rear of our army to attack the enemy at daybreak on the 14th. Remained?Ω*From returns for May and June.