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L. P. Brockett, The camp, the battlefield, and the hospital: or, lights and shadows of the great rebellion, Part 2: daring enterprises of officers and men. (search)
he Prairie Scouts. When Foley brought his troop to a halt, Captain Fairbanks, at the head of the first company of Scouts, was at the point of struggling horses, and filled with the tumult of battle. Captain Fairbanks says, and he is corroborated by several of his men who were nnd cut off their retreat --pointing to the lane at the left. Captain Fairbanks was not able to identify the person who gave this order. It come from Zagonyi, who was several hundred yards farther on. Captain Fairbanks executed the order, followed by the second company of Prairiener of the lane. He came up at a gallop, and was about to follow Fairbanks, when he saw a Guardsman, who pointed in the direction in which Z and were conspicuous for their valor during the rest of the day. Fairbanks and Kehoe, having gained the rear and left of the enemy's positioired before morning twenty-five miles on the Bolivar road. Captain Fairbanks did not see his commander after leaving the column in the lan
he Prairie Scouts. When Foley brought his troop to a halt, Captain Fairbanks, at the head of the first company of Scouts, was at the point of struggling horses, and filled with the tumult of battle. Captain Fairbanks says, and he is corroborated by several of his men who were nnd cut off their retreat --pointing to the lane at the left. Captain Fairbanks was not able to identify the person who gave this order. It come from Zagonyi, who was several hundred yards farther on. Captain Fairbanks executed the order, followed by the second company of Prairiener of the lane. He came up at a gallop, and was about to follow Fairbanks, when he saw a Guardsman, who pointed in the direction in which Z and were conspicuous for their valor during the rest of the day. Fairbanks and Kehoe, having gained the rear and left of the enemy's positioired before morning twenty-five miles on the Bolivar road. Captain Fairbanks did not see his commander after leaving the column in the lan