Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Dranesville” in chapter 1.33, section c.1.33.4, page 72 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...it seemed to bear some degree of probability, reached the ears of General McCall at Camp Pierpoint (Langley, the right of the Federal line) that a considerable body of Confederate cavalry was between Dranesville and the Potomac, menacing the Federal picket line and greatly harassing Union citizens residing in that locality.
In fact, it was known that two loyal citizens had been arrested and had been sent o...
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