rm of the service was well-nigh incalculable.
Stuart, Mosby, Forrest on one side — Sheridan, Griersll of its men were on the battle-line.
It was Stuart who twice circled McClellan's army, on the Pened men.
As early as June, 1862, General Jeb Stuart had demonstrated to both armies the possibilital troops for the protection of Washington.
Stuart's successful raids caused some modification ofperations of the Army of
As Stuart threatened Washington, so Kilpatrick in turn theridan the long hoped for opportunity to whip Stuart, and until the final end at Appomattox, this pestruction of Confederate property, as to draw Stuart and his cavalry away from the Union army's lonorth the sacrifice in men. But in the death of Stuart at Yellow Tavern, Sheridan had dealt a blow sen back upon Richmond; the gallant and knightly Stuart received his mortal wound, and the Union cavalge to Confederate communications, the death of Stuart, and the saving to the Union Government of the