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The Daily Dispatch: August 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 2 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 2 Browse Search
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posed of portions of the First, Fourth, and Ninth Virginia cavalry, (the second-named having no field-officer present, was, for the time being, divided between the first and last-mentioned, commanded respectively by Colonel Fitz Lee and Colonel W. H. Fitzhugh Lee,) also two squadrons of the Jeff Davis Legion, commanded by Lieut.-Col. W. T. Martin; the section of artillery being commanded by First Lieut. James Breathed. Although the expedition was prosecuted further than was at first contempla's mill and Edon Church to Haws' shop; here we encountered the first pickets, surprised and caught several videttes, and pushed boldly forward, keeping advanced-guard well to the front. The regiment in front was the Ninth Virginia cavalry, Col. W. H. F. Lee, whose advance-guard, intrusted to the command of Adjt.-Lieut. Rodins, did admirable service--Lieut. Rodins handling it in the most skilful manner, managing to clear the way for the march with little delay, and infusing, by a sudden dash at
The Daily Dispatch: August 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], Report of Gen. Stuart of his expedition in rear of the enemy's lines. (search)
y, (the second named having no field officer present was, for the time being, divided between the first and last mentioned, commanded respectively by Col. itz. Lee and Col. W. H. Fitzhugh Lee,) also, two squadrons of the Jeff. Davis legion, commanded by Lieut. Col. W. T. Martin; the section of artillery being commanded by 1stCol. W. H. Fitzhugh Lee,) also, two squadrons of the Jeff. Davis legion, commanded by Lieut. Col. W. T. Martin; the section of artillery being commanded by 1st Lieut. Jas. Breathed. Although the expedition was prosecuted farther than was contemplated in your instructions, I feel assured that the considerations which actuated me will convince you that I did not depart from their spirit, and that the boldness developed in the subsequent direction of the march was the quintessence of prised and caught several videttes, and pushed boldly forward, keeping advanced guard well to the front. The regiment in front was the 9th Virginia cavalry, (Col. W. H. F. Lee,) whose advance guard, entrusted to the command of Adj't Lieut. Robins, did admirable service--Lieut. R. handling it in the most skillful manner, managing to