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e enemy's move in the night, I proceeded to execute this order, and, having halted the column near Gatewood's, where Colonels Rosser, Baker, and Goode, with their respective regiments, joined my command, I went forward to reconnoitre. Meeting with ts on the River road below Westover, and, with all arms of service, tried to compel us to retire from that position. Colonel Rosser, commanding Fifth Virginia cavalry, was present in charge of the post, and inspired his men with such determined resithe cavalry operating under my instructions on the Richmond side of the Chickahominy, was under command, at first, of Colonel Rosser, and afterward of Colonel L. S. Baker, first North Carolina cavalry. The latter made a gallant charge, on the thirtidient servant, Fitz Lee, (Late Colonel First Virginia Cavalry,) Brigadier-General, commanding Brigade. Report of Colonel Rosser. headquarters Fifth Virginia cavalry, camp Cary, July 26, 1862. General: In pursuance with your instructions,
ormed, and by the time I reached the spot, Colonel Rosser had accomplished the object, capturing a nls, Fifth Virginia cavalry. The daring of Colonel Rosser's command excited the unreserved praise ofe immediate vicinity of Catlett's after dark. Rosser, being again in front, by his good address and gallantly done under the dashing lead of Colonels Rosser and Brien, over ground exceedingly difficn, and toward night retired upon Manassas, Colonel Rosser protecting his (Ewell's) right flank, and ing so disposed as to cover this movement, Colonel Rosser forming the rear guard to General A. P. Hihis day, (the army facing toward Groveton, Colonel Rosser's cavalry being on our left flank and frone retreat of this party. Colonels Munford and Rosser brought up the rear of General Ewell, and thatt. Upon repairing to that front, I found that Rosser's regiment was engaged with the enemy to the lhe attack. I directed Robertson's brigade and Rosser's regiment to push forward on the extreme righ[6 more...]