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Philip Henry Sheridan, Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army . 26 0 Browse Search
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arper's Ferry. Crook's withdrawal restored to Early the line of the upper Potomac, so, recrossing n-combatants without shelter or food. When Early fell back from the vicinity of Washington towat later manoeuvres of the enemy indicated that Early had given up this idea, if he ever entertainedable benefit to the Confederate cause; so when Early's troops again appeared at Martinsburg it was ve this measure, but finally the manoeuvres of Early and the raid to Chambersburg compelled a partirces in the field that were to operate against Early. On the 31st of July General Grant selecte field the troops that were to operate against Early, but that General Hunter, who was at the head enemy as soon as this division arrived, and if Early retired up the Shenandoah Valley I was to pursf my troops at Halltown being an indication to Early that we intended to renew the offensive, howevrtile soil still yielded ample subsistence for Early's men, with a large surplus for the army of Le[3 more...]