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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 1., Chapter 21: beginning of the War in Southeastern Virginia. (search)
of December, a cold, blustering day, we visited the Bethel battle-field, in company with Doctor Ely McClellan, of Philadelphia, then the surgeon in charge of the hospitals at Fortress Monroe, and Asse road was fine, and passed over an almost level country, gradually rising from the coast. Doctor McClellan was well acquainted with that region, and pointed out every locality of interest on the waythe final attack on the insurgents at Great Bethel. Near there was a brick house, used by General McClellan for Headquarters for a day or two in 1862; and by the road-side was a more humble dwellingthe summer residences of several wealthy men, then occupied for public uses. That in which Doctor McClellan resided belonged to Mallory, the so-called Confederate Secretary of the Navy. A little belond lieutenant to major-general. It expected to accompany the Indiana and Ohio troops whom General McClellan sent to Western Virginia, but was ordered instead to Evansville, on the Ohio, in Southern
Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 1., Chapter 22: the War on the Potomac and in Western Virginia. (search)
and, 529. Exploits of Indiana troops, 530. McClellan in Western Virginia expedition against the s, 533. battle at Carrick's Ford, 534. General McClellan's dispatches, 535. Union triumph in Wessylvania, by whom it was threatened. Major-General McClellan was throwing Indiana and Ohio troops me you arrived last night at Hagerstown, and McClellan writes that you are checked at Harper's Ferrd for the purpose of checking the advance of McClellan's forces, and preventing their junction withs, Tennesseans, and some Carolinians. General McClellan's Dispatch to Adjutant-General Townsend,s hills on his flanks; but he was mistaken. McClellan sent the Eighth, Tenth, and Thirteenth Indiae greatest difficulty. Fortunately for him, McClellan, who, at his camp at Roaring Run, had heard pe of relief, Pegram offered to surrender to McClellan; and on Sunday morning, the 14th, July, 186he Alleghanies. On the 19th, July, 1861. McClellan issued an address to his troops, from Hutton[18 more...]