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as he moved across Loudon county. Generals Crook and Averell, with a portion of their commands, were in Martinsburg. General Wright with the Sixth corps, and General Emory with the Nineteenth corps, were understood to be following the enemy, and moving in the direction of Leesburg. On the fifteenth, by telegram from Major-Geneotomac at Williamsport, destroying the railroad and canal, and menacing both Cumberland and Chambersburg; General Wright at Monocacy, with the Sixth corps, and General Emory coming up with the nineteenth. On the twenty-eighth and twenty-ninth the whole force crossed the Potomac at Harper's Ferry and took position in Halltown ands crossing occasionally at Antietam ford, Shepherdstown, and Williamsport. August fourth General Howe telegraphs that the enemy are menacing Harper's Ferry; General Emory, with the Nineteenth corps, ten thousand strong, was sent there during the night. August fifth, in the afternoon, General Grant in person visited headquarte
and ordered to Stony Point, or Nineveh, while Emory and Wright were marched to the left, and went y Crook moved from Stony Point to Cedar creek, Emory followed; the cavalry moved to the same point,t of the pike, the Sixth corps on the right of Emory, and the cavalry on the right and left flanks., and early on the morning of the seventeenth, Emory moved from Winchester to Berryville, and, on tite Post, and General Grover's division joined Emory at Berryville. The enemy having a signal stat west of Charlestown, on the Smithfield pike; Emory about two miles and a half south of CharlestoClifton, and the next day moved to the left of Emory. This position was maintained until the twentille, Wright moving by Summit Point, Crook and Emory by the Berryville pike; Torbert had been ordere cavalry to the right and rear of Wright, and Emory extending to the back road. This night I resonty-first. On the same day I moved Wright and Emory up in the front of the rebel line, getting int[3 more...]