Lee orders Richard S. Ewell’s division to begin a march to counter Grant.

Upon receiving reports of Union infantry and cavalry activity beyond his right flank, Confederate general Robert E. Lee determines that Union general-in-chief Ulysses S. Grant is once again attempting to move the bulk of his army beyond the Confederate right flank. Lee orders Richard S. Ewell’s division to begin a march to counter Grant.

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