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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 15 1 Browse Search
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canvas pontoon train. My personal aides-de-camp were Major E. B. Cope, a most valuable topographical officer; Captain Jamesntry, so as to attack the enemy on the flank, and I sent Major Cope, of my staff, with him. At 5.15 P. M. I received the folpproach to it. The condition of affairs here is given by Major Cope, in his report, as follows: About five P. M. you d, I had first to send an officer to each division. Then Major Cope was the only person capable of taking an order to Generaappropriate departments: Colonel Bankhead, Major Gentry, Major Cope, Captain Benyaurd, Captain Wads-worth, and Captain Winsls further off to the right), by one of your Aids, either Major Cope or Captain Wadsworth. The orders were obeyed promptly Before proceeding further, I will give quotations from Major Cope's report relating to the preceding: You sent me tin that direction. To effect this same thing I had sent Major Cope to him, as already stated. A small portion of General G