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2 TABLE OF CONTENTS.

CHAPTER V.

Grand Review of the Army, at Bailey's Cross-Roads.—Pleasant

Acquaintances formed.—Changes and Deaths at Camp Griffin.—

Dissatisfaction at the General Inactivity.—President's War Or-

ders.—Gen. McClellan's Plans and Correspondence with the Pres-

ident, 60

CHAPTEB VI.

Advance of the Army of the Potomac.—The Thirty-third taking

up the line of march.—Flint Hill.—General McClellan decides to

move on Richmond by way of the Peninsula.—Embarkation of

the Thirty-third at Alexandria.—Embarkation Scene.—Mount

Vernon.—The Monitor.—Arrival at Fortress Monroe.—Agreeable

change of the climate.—Hampton.—Reconnoissance to Watt's

Creek.—Rebel Epistolary Literature.—Bathers shelled by the

rebel gunboat Teaser.—Building a Redoubt, 56

CHAPTER VII.

Continued Arrival of Troops.—Advance of the Army of the Penin-

sula.—Arrival of the Regiment at Young's Mills.—An Aged

Contraband.—Lee's Mills.— The VariousOompanies of the Thirty-

third ordered to the Front.—Caisson struck by a rebel Ball.—

Continued Firing of the Enemy.—Falling back of the National

Forces.—Heavy Rain Storm.—The Beef Brigade.—Enemy's

Fortifications. — Troublesome Insects. — Night Skirmishing.—

Celerity of the Paymaster's Movements.—Evacuation of York-

town.—Early information of the fact brought to Col. Corning

by Contrabands.—The Rebel Works taken possession of, 76

CHAPTER VIII.

Battle of Williamsburg, 82

CHAPTER IX.

Williamsburg.—Condition of the Roads.—Pamunkey River.—

Contrabands.—Ariival of General Franklin, 94

CHAPTER X.

Battle of Mechanicsville, 103

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