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Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 33: the advance to Culpepper and Bealton. (search)
Run in a heavy fog at Auburn, which is described by Stewart's biographer as a little hamlet consisting of the rnd left of the corps as it made the crossing, and Job Stewart, who had been caught the day before between two cn, in the direction of Warrenton. This fire from Stewart, coming as it did from the rear, on the road to Catbattle, which, with the help of artillery, soon had Stewart in full retreat down the Catlett's Station road, wh every avenue of escape, but with the retirement of Stewart, the road to Catlett's was opened and over this thet Rhode Island which, having been in action against Stewart, had literally executed the order,—seldom, if ever xactly opposite to that taken by the shells leaving Stewart's staff. It was said by Major McClellan, of StewarStewart's staff that shots from Stewart's guns passed clear over the Union troops and fell among the advancing lines Stewart's guns passed clear over the Union troops and fell among the advancing lines of Ewell, on the other side, actually checking their advance. This shows how closely the corps was invested a