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de the necessary orders on the night of the twenty-second of August. The attempt would have been dangerous, bud joined my command. On the night of the twenty-second of August a small cavalry force of the enemy, crossinl Sturgis, commanding at Alexandria, on the twenty-second of August, to post strong guards along the railroad fsses during the whole of the operations from August twenty-second to September second. Before leaving the fieeadquarters army of Virginia, Rappahannock station, Aug. 22, 5 o'clock P. M., 1862. Major-Gen. Halleck: I theadquarters army of Virginia, Rappahannock station, Aug. 22, 6.30 o'clock P. M. Major-General Halleck : Evert.-Col. and A. D.C. headquarters army of Virginia, Aug. 22--9.15 P. M. Gen. Halleck: Reports from our forceosed of, we rested until the following morning. August 22.--Being ordered to take the advance early this morroops had a sharp fight. On Friday evening, August twenty-second, Jackson bivouacked in Culpeper, opposite Wa
de the necessary orders on the night of the twenty-second of August. The attempt would have been dangerous, bud joined my command. On the night of the twenty-second of August a small cavalry force of the enemy, crossinl Sturgis, commanding at Alexandria, on the twenty-second of August, to post strong guards along the railroad fsses during the whole of the operations from August twenty-second to September second. Before leaving the fieeadquarters army of Virginia, Rappahannock station, Aug. 22, 5 o'clock P. M., 1862. Major-Gen. Halleck: I theadquarters army of Virginia, Rappahannock station, Aug. 22, 6.30 o'clock P. M. Major-General Halleck : Evert.-Col. and A. D.C. headquarters army of Virginia, Aug. 22--9.15 P. M. Gen. Halleck: Reports from our forceosed of, we rested until the following morning. August 22.--Being ordered to take the advance early this morroops had a sharp fight. On Friday evening, August twenty-second, Jackson bivouacked in Culpeper, opposite Wa