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Adam Badeau, Military history of Ulysses S. Grant from April 1861 to April 1865. Volume 2 82 0 Browse Search
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olumn direct from Culpeper to the Potomac, and Early to advance at the same time from Martinsburg. at Culpeper, where he received a despatch from Early, calling for reinforcements. He at once set o Meanwhile, there were rumors that a part of Early's force had been sent west of the Alleghanies,r cross the Potomac. The next day he said: If Early has detached troops for Richmond, I will attac-chief said to Sheridan: If you want to attack Early, you might reinforce largely from Washington. andsome style, without cover; but by this time Early's two divisions from Martinsburg had come uponrling. It would, indeed, have been better for Early if Sheridan had been cashiered before the battercept the enemy at Newmarket, twenty miles in Early's rear. Before daylight on the 22nd, Crook thought it possible, though not probable, that Early might turn north, or send his cavalry north; aand wagons and caissons burned or abandoned by Early in his flight; but he captured many unhurt sol[31 more...]