not think it was referred to in the reports.
I am sure Bob Johnston did not, for he was as modest as he was handsome and bramp.
I had about 800 mounted men, and I'd ride up to Bob Johnston's headquarters, which was a wagon under a tree, one cam boots and saddle, and swung myself very comfortably into Johnston's single and only camp stool.
I smelled the bacon and snryville road, re-establish my lines, get my breakfast off Johnston, and back to sleep.
By daylightville road.
Early was up towards Stephenson's Depot, and Johnston and I were responsible for keeping Sheridan out of Winchetrot across the open fields to the Berryville road and to Johnston's assistance.
There was not a fence nor a house, nor a bngles to the 'pike, west of Winchester.
I rode up to Bob Johnston, very piert, as we say in North Carolina, and said I: Pretty close call that, Mr. Johnston.
What do you think now of the Yankee cavalry's fighting qualities?
And the rest of the