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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore) 34 0 Browse Search
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rtillery, the whole under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Averill, of this regiment. The brigade leftprevented their turning our left. Lieutenant-Colonel Averill was directed by me to advance three . Having turned the command over to Lieutenant-Colonel Averill, with instructions to draw in his meanced steadily, driving the Indians; Lieutenant-Colonel Averill, with marked coolness and judgment, ing upon the north side of the lake, Lieutenant-Colonel Averill commenced deploying the right wing, oldly forward and worked splendidly, Lieutenant-Colonel Averill displaying much judgment in an obliqren, while the five other companies under Colonel Averill were held as reserve. Captain Jones accodren drowned in their hasty flight. Lieutenant-Colonel Averill with the reserve, received the fire was ordered. Just prior to the fire of Colonel Averill's reserve, Lieutenant F. J. H. Beever, ane fearlessly rendered in the field. Lieutenant-Colonel Averill and Major McLaren have proven themse[1 more...]
Doc. 157.-battle at White Sulphur Springs, Virginia. Report of General Averill. Huttonsville, Va., Aug. 30, 1863. General: I have the honor to report the safe return of my command to this place, after an expedition through the countiesmp, Lieutenant J. R. Meigs, who accompanied me, is safe. I am, General, very respectfully, your obedient servant, Wm. W. Averill, Brigadier-General. Wheeling Intelligencer account. August 26, 1863. Expect to visit the White Sulphur Virginia, on the right. Our artillery, well drilled and of good pluck, held a favorable position on the main road. General Averill remained near the batteries during the battle, directing the movement of the troops. Thus formed, the Federal soldinel Geo. S. Patten commanding. The enemy were about three thousand strong, with six pieces of artillery, under Brigadier-General Averill. Our loss is about two hundred killed and wounded. The enemy's loss is not known. We have taken about one hun