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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 10 0 Browse Search
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Lanford, (since died,) Lieutenant W. H. Young, Corporal C. P. Verner, privates J. P. Havener, Levi Hill, G. T. Hyatt, W. J. Mayes, J. S. Rountree, R. A. Shands, E. E. Smith, James Story, A. C. Striprley, and supposed to be under guard, and where I would meet a detail of one hundred men from General Hill's division, who would cooperate with me in driving off the enemy and capturing the arms, whicd, and a guide, and then resumed the march, taking with me the detail of one hundred men from General Hill's division, who were under the command of Captain Tayloe. I reached the cavalry outposts of about a mile to the rear, where they were turned over to Captain Tayloe, who had wagons from General Hill's division in waiting, to convey them to the ordnance department. I then allowed the men timline extending for several miles. This firing, as I was informed, was from the divisions of Generals Hill, Ewell, and Longstreet, who were actively engaging the enemy's right flank, posted on the no