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hearty approval and merits high commendation: Cols. Macomb, Clary, Marshall, Butler, Morgan, and Welch; Majors Selfridge and s doing so. If Banks is not at the Junction, instruct Col. Clary to run the trains back to this side of Cedar Run, and torginia, Bristow station, August 28, 1862, 10.50 A. M. Col. Clary, Chief Quartermaster Army of Virginia: Major-General Poprginia, Bristow station, August 28, 1862, 11.20 A. M. Col. Clary, Chief Quartermaster Army of Virginia: The Major-Generall. and A. D.C. Bull Run, Aug. 30, 1862--6.30 A. M. Colonel Clary, Chief Quartermaster Army of Va. Colonel: You will imme, battle-field near Groveton, Aug. 30, 1862--9 A. M. Colonel Clary, Chief Quartermaster Army of Virginia: Major-Gen. Pope . Smith, Lieut.-Col. and A. D.C. Aug. 30--6.45 P. M. Col. Clary: You will immediately put all the wagons, and every thinrespective corps. This movement will be under charge of Col. Clary, Chief Quartermaster, Army of Virginia. By command of
hearty approval and merits high commendation: Cols. Macomb, Clary, Marshall, Butler, Morgan, and Welch; Majors Selfridge and s doing so. If Banks is not at the Junction, instruct Col. Clary to run the trains back to this side of Cedar Run, and torginia, Bristow station, August 28, 1862, 10.50 A. M. Col. Clary, Chief Quartermaster Army of Virginia: Major-General Poprginia, Bristow station, August 28, 1862, 11.20 A. M. Col. Clary, Chief Quartermaster Army of Virginia: The Major-Generall. and A. D.C. Bull Run, Aug. 30, 1862--6.30 A. M. Colonel Clary, Chief Quartermaster Army of Va. Colonel: You will imme, battle-field near Groveton, Aug. 30, 1862--9 A. M. Colonel Clary, Chief Quartermaster Army of Virginia: Major-Gen. Pope . Smith, Lieut.-Col. and A. D.C. Aug. 30--6.45 P. M. Col. Clary: You will immediately put all the wagons, and every thinrespective corps. This movement will be under charge of Col. Clary, Chief Quartermaster, Army of Virginia. By command of