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Elias Nason, McClellan's Own Story: the war for the union, the soldiers who fought it, the civilians who directed it, and his relations to them. 14 0 Browse Search
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uplicates for me at Keyes's headquarters. Very respectfully, E. O. Sumner, Brig.-Gen. Commanding the Left Wing. two miles beyond Yo4, 1862. Gen. R. E. Marcy: I have just arrived here, and find Gens. Sumner and Smith here. We will soon have three divisions, and are prep The following is a fragment of a letter of instructions sent to Gen. Sumner on the morning of the 4th, when he went to assume command on therch, and thus cut off the retreat of this force in front of Smith. Sumner was ordered to repair the bridges over the Warwick, etc., as quickld thus cut off the entire command. After the orders to Stoneman, Sumner, and Heintzelman had been issued and were being carried out I receird, I have come down here to hasten their march, by direction of Gen. Sumner. Within the last thirty minutes he has sent me two messengers tueen's creek, as well as via Yorktown by telegraph. The orders for Sumner and Richardson will be given to-day; in the meantime let neither em