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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 13: invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania-operations before Petersburg and in the Shenandoah Valley. (search)
llage he encountered a thousand horseman, under Bradley Johnson, who pushed him steadily back toward Frederick was feeble, for the bulk of Early's cavalry, under Johnson, was then marching on Baltimore by the Liberty roadse feelings were intensified when it was known that Johnson, with his cavalry, were approaching Baltimore next in a state of alarm, occasioned by the approach of Johnson's cavalry. Thanks, however, to the energy of Lieutnd the city, and guarded every avenue of approach. Johnson saw that the prize could not be won by a dash, as he the invaders were in Maryland, the cavalry, under Johnson, especially those under Gilmor, destroyed a vast ament about three thousand cavalry, under McCausland, Johnson, and others, upon a plundering and devastating raidage 496, volume I. in command at Cumberland, struck Johnson when he was passing; and Johnson, in turn, had routJohnson, in turn, had routed five hundred Nationals in that region, and captured their leader and ninety of his men. As the invaders retr