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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.22 (search)
to send a strong brigade to the Prince George Courthouse road. Next, he directed General Hancock to send a strong brigade and a battery of artillery down the plank road, and last, he directed the cavalry force, which was picketing between the plank road and the Blackwater, to be withdrawn and to join in the pursuit. Zzzthe petty fight the Federals made. And all that any of them did was to make the little fight that General Davies reports at 10:30 P. M. of the 16th. He reports from Proctor's, on the Jerusalem plank road, that he marched there at 12:30 P. M., and sent a brigade over the Jerusalem plank road to intercept the enemy; met them at a point about five miles hence, and drove them about a mile (he did not drive us; we were going for all we were worth) to the vicinity of Hawkinsville, where he found them strongly posted behind earthworks, having in their front an impassable swamp. He moved down and found General W. H. F. Lee's Division, which he failed to dislodge, and
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
rginia. He had as his chief of staff Captain Thomas Ellett, and his aides were General T. S. Garnett, General Micajah Woods, Charles G. Elliott, Joseph V. Bidgood, and Dr. R. G. Crouch. The First Brigade was under the charge of First Lieutenant Grand Commander C. W. Murdaugh, with Colonel John Murphy as aide. It comprised the following camps and bands: R. E. Lee Camp, No. 1, E. Leslie Spence commanding; 250 men. The Social Home Band, of Richmond. Maury Camp, of Fredericksburg, T. F. Proctor commanding; thirty men. Stonewall Camp, Portsmouth, James Turner commanding; thirty-five men. Lee Camp, Alexandria. Band of the Fourth Virginia Regiment; twenty pieces. Pickett-Buchanan Camp, Washington Taylor commanding; 100 men. John Bowie Strange Camp, Charlottesville, Captain Garnett commanding; 150 in line. Pierre-Gibson Camp, Culpeper, D. J. Kyle commanding; seventy-seven men. Magruder-Ewell Camp, Williamsburg, J. D. Moncure commanding; forty men. A. P. Hill C