uld see joy in their faces.
First came General John Imboden, at the head of his brigade, composed oarge regiment then, was immediatly behind General Imboden's staff, and with fife and drum they moveof the raid and accompanied the raiders.
General Imboden, when he got into Randolph county, had fu that General Jones was on this raid gave General Imboden and his men greater courage and confidencem.
As soon after daylight as possible General Imboden had his army in motion and every man belounted men. After going a short distance, General Imboden told Captain McNeil to pick out five or sever saw that major, but, as I saw one of General Imboden's aids riding the major's mare the next d dash was to be made for the breastworks, General Imboden wanted the infantry as close as possible. seven miles north of him, and the advance of Imboden and Jackson was eleven miles south of him on c was it in appearance.
In the meantime, General Imboden's command spread all over the counties of