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CHAP. XLVIII.] RAPIDAN TO THE JAMES. 675the 12th Brig. Gen. H. L. Eustis is relieved from the command of the brigade, and Lieut. Col. Gideon Clark, One hundred and nine-teenth Pennsylvania Volunteers, assigned temporarily. *Very respectfully, your obedient servant,0. EDWARDS,Colonel, Commanding.No 153.Itinerary of the Second Division, Sixth Army Corps. fMay 4.—Broke camp at daylight and moved across the Rapidanover Germanna Ford.May 5.—Advanced on a road leading from plank road to Robert-son's Tavern ; engaged the enemy and fought nearly all day.May 6.—Made several charges on the enemy ; Brigadier-GeneralGetty wounded and Brigadier-General Neill assumed command ofthe division.May 7.—Moved to the junction of the plank road and Robertson'sTavern road ; engaged building breast-works.May 9.—Moved to near Todd's Tavern ; at dark charged the enemynear Spotsylvania Court-House.May 10.—Charged the rebel line and assisted in capturing 900 pris-oners.May 11.—Remained in pits.May 12.—Engaged at the battle of the Angle all day until 2 p. m.of the 13th.May 14.—Moved to the left across Po River.May 17.—Moved back and had a second fight at the Angle andmoved to the Anderson House.May 19.—Crossed the river and advanced toward SpotsylvaniaCourt-House.May 21.—Moved to near Guiney's Station.May 22.—Reached there at 11 a. m.May 23.—Moved to near the North Anna River, supporting theFifth Corps when attacked.May 24.—Crossed the river.May 25.—Advanced to the Anderson house, near Little River.May 26.—Recrossed the river and moved to near Chesterfield Sta-tion.May 27.—Moved to near the Pamunkey River.May 28.—Crossed the Pamunkey River.May 29.—In camp 3 miles from Hanover Court-House.May 30.—Moved to Hanover Court-House.May 31.—Remained near the Court-House.June 1.—Moved to Cold Harbor and engaged the enemy.June 2.—Relieved portion of Eighteenth Corps and intrenched.June 3.—Assaulted the enemy's works at 5 a. m.June 4.—Advanced the line.June 5 to 12.—Remained in trenches.*For continuation of report, see Vol. XL, Part I. .1.From returns for May and June.Maj. HENRY R. DALTON,Assistant Adjutant-General.