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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore) 70 2 Browse Search
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Sixth. In front of our lines was an open space of two thirds of a mile in width, beyond which, in a piece of pine woods, the enemy was in force, intrenched. Across the opening General Smith ordered a charge, which was brilliantly executed by Devin's division (brigades of Drake and Barton). The division, though moving at the pas de charge, suffered very heavily from the artillery of the enemy, which had a clean sweep of the field. Drake's brigade especially, had been much cut up, its leade's brigade, however, emerging from the woods on its right, dashed forward with a yell, cleared the abattis, and gained the enemy's works, taking about three hundred prisoners. Ricketts' division of the Sixth corps, which was formed on the left of Devin's, behaved with equal gallantry, carried the rebel rifle-pits, and also took several hundred prisoners. The enemy, however, still held his position oh the right of Smith, in front of the division of Brookes. With the view of dislodging him from
commanding the Third division, and Brigadier-General T. C. Devin, the first. The following was thested men. First cavalry division, Brigadier-General T. C. Devin, commanding 260 4,787 One sectionht at Staunton, Colonel Stagg's brigade of General Devin's division was ordered to destroy the railo take up the pursuit, followed closely by General Devin's division, composed of General Gibbs' andfield, on the east side of the Blue Ridge, General Devin's division remaining at Waynesboroa. The isoners and some of Rosser's men besides. General Devin resumed his march at six A. M., leaving Geined to separate into two columns, sending General Devin's division, under immediate command of Genver, which Merritt was ordered to destroy with Devin's division; Custer's main column meanwhile beithe South Anna, and thence to Ashland, and General Devin was ordered to proceed to the same point. e was now clear and the feint successful. General Devin was quickly ordered to the north side of t[1 more...]
l Merritt to send the first division, Brigadier-General Devin commanding, to gain possession of the brigade of his division to the support of General Devin. Gregg's brigade, of Crook's division, and meeting with considerable opposition, General Devin's brigade, of Crook's division, was ordereds in front of our lines. The commands of Generals Devin and Davies reached Dinwiddie Court-house w Fifth corps, and to Generals Merritt, Custer, Devin, and McKenzie, of the cavalry, great credit isleft to Deatonsville, followed by Custer's and Devin's divisions of General Merritt's command. Thet stream. Custer took the road, and Crook and Devin coming up to his support, sixteen pieces of arspital train, and a large park of wagons. General Devin coming up, went in on the right of Custer.orks of the road at J. Boisseau's. This forced Devin, who was in advance, and Davies, to cross to till hold in front of Dinwiddie, and Davies and Devin are coming down the Boydton road to join us. [3 more...]
Strasburg. The Second brigade (Brevet Brigadier-General Devin) moved west, in the direction of Fust after dark the Second brigade (Brevet Brigadier-General Devin arrived from the back road and wenier-General's Merritt, Custer, and Brevet Brigadier-General Devin for their good judgment and gallaneral Custer, the Second brigade by Brevet Brigadier-General Devin, and the Reserve brigade by Coloneon, Custer, McIntosh, Chapman, and Brevet Brigadier-General Devin and Colonel Lowell. Too much prai's division, with the exception of Brevet Brigadier-General Devin's brigade, which was left at Cedarhe Second brigade, First division (Brevet Brigadier-General Devin), was in the direction of Keseltonirection of Port Republic and join Brevet Brigadier-General Devin's brigade. I moved with the Thit on the ground, supported by such soldiers as Devin and Lowell. At this time the First brigade,r-Generals Merritt and Custer, and Brevet Brigadier-General Devin, and Colonel Lowell in this battle