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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—Third winter. (search)
ing it on the east under the name of Catoctin Mountain. In the valley of Catoctin Creek, which separates them, are found the villages of Myersville, Middletown, Jefferson, Burkittsville, and finally Knoxville and Berlin on the Potomac. Frederick is at the foot of the eastern slope of the secondary chain. The only passage situatee he arrives at nine o'clock in the evening. He is to guard the crossings of Hedgeman's River and to watch with care the road from Culpeper to Warrenton through Jefferson —a very important mission, for this is the route which the enemy's army will follow if it attempts a new turning movement. On the morning of the 12th the thres of the Eleventh Virginia, but its commander neglects to inform Gregg of the enemy's presence. At length, about ten o'clock, Stuart makes his appearance before Jefferson with the whole of Jones' brigade, commanded by Colonel Funsten, and the Federals are promptly dislodged. They fall back slowly, fighting on foot, and their stub
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
the Sixth corps, from Germantown and Centreville to Dranesville, Va.; the Eleventh corps, from Jefferson to Middletown, Md.; the Twelfth corps, from Leesburg, Va., via Edwards' Ferry, to the mouth ofdwards' Ferry, via Poolesville, to Barnesville, Md.; the Third corps, from Point of Rocks, via Jefferson, to Middletown, Md.; the Fifth corps, from a point between Edwards' Ferry and the mouth of therz's (Third) division being advanced to Boonsboroa, and the Twelfth corps from Walkersville to Jefferson. J. I. Gregg's cavalry brigade was moving en route from Chambersburg to Middletown. Smith's o near Boonsboroa; the Sixth corps, from Middletown to Boonsboroa; and the Twelfth corps, from Jefferson to Rohrersville. J. I. Gregg's cavalry brigade reached Middletown from Chambersburg. Elliottlin; the Sixth corps, from Boonsboroa to near Berlin; the Eleventh corps, from Middletown, via Jefferson, to Berlin; and the Twelfth corps, from Sandy Hook to Pleasant Valley. Buford's cavalry divis