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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 4 0 Browse Search
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e threatened to become a really serious affair. The first and second brigades broke camp at about 7 o'clock A. M. yesterday, to move from the camp at White Sulphur Springs to the neighborhood of Fayetteville, then and still occupied by General Doubleday, of Franklin's corps. There was a choice of two roads, one of which led back from the Rappahannock, and was therefore safe from the shot and shell of the enemy, while the other — the most direct route, and considerably more convenient for battery, and fought the rebels over the same ground. At the last accounts we heard from the Springs, Gen. Burns still occupied them, and there was no enemy in sight. It was a little singular that Gen. Sturgis had not been informed that Gen Doubleday was at Fayetteville, and, upon our hearing drums in that direction, we marched in some expectation of meeting the enemy in our front. Below are the casualties in the fight of Saturday: Killed.--Junior 1st Lt. Howard McIlvaine, Durel