ut Chapin's Farm should be held or levelled.
Sheridan, for want of supplies, if there should be no ortify, holding Waynesboroa and Rockfish Gap.—Sheridan to Halleck, Oct. 1.
This information afterwaried, I am afraid they would all run off. . . Sheridan has laid waste nearly all of Rockingham and meanwhile, though deferring to the opinion of Sheridan, so far as to direct the return of the Sixth for guarding against and resisting.
To this Sheridan replied from Front Royal: The cavalry is all l line of battle also overlapped the right of Sheridan's, and for a time threatened disaster; but a national advance was checked for a while; but Sheridan soon pushed on, and the rebel left again gaveade the North, and the various detachments of Sheridan's army marched whithersoever they wished, for general would have met with better fortune.
Sheridan had shown himself abundant in resource, instar to be disaster into glorious victory stamps Sheridan what I have always thought him, one of the ab