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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 6 0 Browse Search
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uesting to be informed of the location of my troops, I sent the following: General Griffin's troops will be massed near Mrs. Butler's; General Ayres' near S. Dabney's; General Crawford's about half-way between. They are along a wood-road running from near Mrs. Butler's to W. Dabney's, on the White Oak Road. It is not practe that, at this time, we were quite ignorant of the country I was operating in, and the following corrections are now necessary in the above dispatch. The place S. Dabney's did not exist, though on our printed maps. The place taken for S. Dabney's is marked on the map unknown. The road, instead of joining the White Oak Road at WS. Dabney's is marked on the map unknown. The road, instead of joining the White Oak Road at W. Dabney's, does so near Butler's. General Griffin's division was just north of Mrs. Butler's, but this name was given to indicate the approximate location on the map. The space occupied by the troops extended but little beyond a mile. General Crawford's division was in juxtaposition with General Ayres', and massed ready to fi