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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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Doc. 87.-occupation of Winchester, Va. New-York times account. the army of the advance--Gen. Banes' division, Friday, March 14, 1862. En avant. With plans fully matured, the vast army of the Union, numbering over five hundred and ninety-five thousand men, equipped in every respect, and each man filled with the enthusiasm that belongs to a just and holy cause — that of a good Government — advance now from every point, not like the anaconda, as some are fond of comparing the force to, but rather like the lordly eagle, at one swoop, falling on every point, and triumphing everywhere. Here at Winchester, we conquer to restore, and most joyously have we been received by the people. On our entrance, the old flag, which in many a house had been hidden for many a weary month of delay, waved from balcony and house-top; ladies applauded, too, and under a perfect canopy of white banners, we enter the old town. Our joy was saddened with the thought that the night before over two hu
bridge, and then with my command brought up the rear of the last division, arriving at our transports at about nine o'clock A. M., with many of the men barefooted, completely exhausted, and their feet blistered and skinned, after which nothing worthy of note transpired. The following is a list of the prisoners taken by the Ninth New-York volunteers, on or near the battle-field at South-Mills, Camden County, April 19, 1862: D. E. Elder, company L, Third regiment Georgia volunteers. James Y. Banes, company B, Third regiment Georgia volunteers. Hardey Jennigan, company C, Third regiment Georgia volunteers. Falman Berry, supposed North-Carolina militia. Peter Sawyer, supposed North-Carolina militia. Tinley Brown, supposed North-Carolina militia. Lemuel Sawyer, supposed North--Carolina militia. Wm. Williams, supposed North-Carolina militia. Benjamin Clark, supposed North-Carolina militia. In conclusion, allow me again to express my thanks to every officer and ma