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d a force of three thousand cavalry, under General Kautz, from Suffolk, to operate against the roadg our advance pickets toward Richmond. General Kautz, with three thousand cavalry from Suffolk, left south by the cutting of the railroads by Kautz. That portion which reached Petersburg under enemy to hold it there. On the twelfth General Kautz with his cavalry was started on a raid aga under General Gillmore, and cavalry under General Kautz, to capture Petersburg if possible, and deof cavalry of the Army of the Potomac, and General Kautz's division of cavalry of the Army of the Jllery and trains. In this last encounter, General Kautz, with a part of his command, became separarps and two divisions of the cavalry corps and Kautz's cavalry were crossed to the north bank of ths, in which we were repulsed with heavy loss. Kautz's cavalry was pushed forward on the road to th On the seventh of October the enemy attacked Kautz's cavalry north of the James, and drove it bac
Doc. 63. Gen. Kautz's cavalry expeditions. in the field, May 10, 1864. The cavalry division under command of General Kautz has just reached City Point, after one of the most daring and sucs been stopped for a fortnight to come. General Kautz's division had been for some time lying ath, had massed a heavy force to receive us, General Kautz turned to the north, and moved on Fernsvil were consumed by fire. In the meantime General Kautz with Mix's brigade, had moved down to Whitbreak on Monday the march was resumed, and General Kautz, having discovered upon reaching Lyttletonnia, Tuesday, May 17, 1864. To-day Brigadier-General Kautz again entered City Point on his retur by the route over which we had passed. General Kautz, however, with consummate skill, completel19. It was noon of May the twelfth that General Kautz, with his noble division of cavalry, commees beyond. The scouts were driven in, and General Kautz ordered the Fifth Pennsylvania to proceed [2 more...]
ions from Williamsburg yesterday morning. General Kautz left Suffolk this morning with his cavalry of the expedition is commanded by Brigadier-General A. V. Kautz, who, with a fine body of several pply as far as they can find opportunity. General Kautz has received a roving commission, and if n While all this manoeuvring was going on, General Kautz with his cavalry slipped off, and ere thisround, he prudently decided to remain with General Kautz. A report came to General Butler that toruter defences of the city, and thus permit General Kautz, with his cavalry, to emerge from our lineven by the sacrifice of his entire command. Kautz has been heard from. The damage he set out tossfully with the rebels directly in front, General Kautz, with his cavalry, had executed a grand raurs, began another advance in full force ; General Kautz setting forth about the same time on anothnformation came, by a Richmond paper, that General Kautz had succeeded perfectly in his undertaking[2 more...]
the twenty-third they resumed their march, General Kautz still in advance. Near Nottoway Court-houly night, when the enemy was forced back. General Kautz, who had passed before the enemy appeared,station, on the Danville railroad, to meet General Kautz, who was to meet him at that place, destro an effort was made to effect this object, General Kautz, who was still in the advance, being assigly demonstrated, General Wilson despatched General Kautz up a left-hand road toward Reams' station. General Kautz's division was followed by the wagon and ambulance trains of the whole force, andce a short time before daylight, and following Kautz to Reams' station. The men left with the lest-works, had captured the whole party. General Kautz, on reaching Reams' station, soon found thht flank, in a direction nearly due south, General Kautz in the meantime retaining his position, asough the rebel troops, the greater part of General Kautz's division, consisting of the Fifth and El[3 more...]
aturday, June 11. The Second cavalry brigade, General Kautz's division, Colonel S. P. Spear commanding, cros efficient officer. Great credit is due to General A. V. Kautz, Colonel S. P. Spear, and their subordinate o with Captain Choule's colored battery attached; General Kautz's division of cavalry were also with the column.s suddenly enfiladed by a battery on Baylor's farm. Kautz's cavalry were sent forward to reconnoitre, and foun General Ames' division, had the centre, assisted by Kautz's cavalry. Thinks' division of colored troops held ed at the Williams House. This morning Wilson's and Kautz's cavalry had cut the Weldon railroad, so that orderound his passage opposed by the enemy. He then sent Kautz's division westward to cross the stream higher up anrbines keeping up a regula and musical fusilade upon Kautz and Spear and their rapidly retreating followers. Uvandals will bear constant and vigilant watching. Kautz is in command of this force, and prisoners taken var