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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), From the Rapidan to Spotsylvania Courthouse. (search)
artillery in the direction of Locust Grove. Cutshaw's battalion was ordered to report to Colonel uns from Lieutenant-Colonel Hardaway's and Major Cutshaw's battalions, Cutshaw occupying the positiCutshaw occupying the position on the right of the pike, and Hardaway that on the Germania road. Lieutenant-Colonel Braxton's f in readiness to move. Nelson, Hardaway and Cutshaw were directed to encamp at Verdiersville. Brwere manned by Captain Garber and his men, of Cutshaw's battalion. In this attack the gallant Majoy on Johnson's front (except two batteries of Cutshaw's battalion) to be withdrawn, as it had to paoolness and skill in the service of them. Major Cutshaw and Captain Garber, with the men who escapput in command of the remnants of his own and Cutshaw's battalions. Everything remained quiet alant-Colonels Nelson, Hardaway and Braxton, Majors Cutshaw and Page, commanding battalions, and to Maties. The chief loss was upon the capture of Cutshaw's and Page's battalions on the 12th of May. [4 more...]