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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Gregg's brigade of South Carolinians in the Second. Battle of Manassas. (search)
on parallel with the Sudley Springs road. General Milroy, with his brigade and one battery, was dirncerned at the time with Schurz's division and Milroy's independent brigade. So we need not follow as little less than three thousand strong, and Milroy's two regiments, which during the fight, as itposition of the Manassas Gap railroad. General Milroy seems to have been everywhere, dashing abo up to this time with either General Schurz or Milroy. Indeed, the Confederates claim to have resisrstand, General Thomas disposes of the rest of Milroy's brigade and of Schenck's division of Sigel'sances at this time, so elaborately reported by Milroy. General Branch, you recollect, was in our vigor of the Thirteenth and Rifles in meeting Milroy, seem to have disconcerted the enemy and checkommand on the right, Hooker in the centre, and Milroy rampant generally on the left. These were ed to know that it was on the same ground that Milroy had defied the whole Confederate army together[1 more...]