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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
lions and regiments of infantry, cavalry and artillery, to serve for the war, and to be attached to and form part of the Maryland Line. By command of the Secretary of War. Samuel W. Melton, Major and A. A. G. Colonel Bradley T. Johnson. I joined the army on July 2d, but—as, in the graphic language of General Ewell, This is no time for swapping horses—I did not get my command to which I had been ordered. I was assigned to command the Second brigade of Jackson's division. On November 1, 1863, General Lee directed me to collect the Maryland troops and proceed to Hanover Junction, and ordered to report to me at once the Second Maryland Infantry, the First Maryland Cavalry, and the Baltimore Light Artillery. I was to have the other troops as soon as the exigencies of the service would permit. The Maryland Line, then, was established at Hanover Junction during the winter of 1863-64, charged with the duty of watching Lee's flanks, and particularly of protecting the bridges o
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Maryland line in the Confederate Army. (search)
lions and regiments of infantry, cavalry and artillery, to serve for the war, and to be attached to and form part of the Maryland Line. By command of the Secretary of War. Samuel W. Melton, Major and A. A. G. Colonel Bradley T. Johnson. I joined the army on July 2d, but—as, in the graphic language of General Ewell, This is no time for swapping horses—I did not get my command to which I had been ordered. I was assigned to command the Second brigade of Jackson's division. On November 1, 1863, General Lee directed me to collect the Maryland troops and proceed to Hanover Junction, and ordered to report to me at once the Second Maryland Infantry, the First Maryland Cavalry, and the Baltimore Light Artillery. I was to have the other troops as soon as the exigencies of the service would permit. The Maryland Line, then, was established at Hanover Junction during the winter of 1863-64, charged with the duty of watching Lee's flanks, and particularly of protecting the bridges o