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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—Third winter. (search)
lry. Since the preceding day one of his regiments, the Eleventh Virginia, has been pushing on as far as the village of Jefferson, in which place Gregg, while falling back, has left a strong rearguard, the Thirteenth Pennsylvania. The Union genere negligence. In the first place, the First Maine, coming back from Amissville in the night, falls unexpectedly near Jefferson on the outposts of the Eleventh Virginia. Dreading some ambush, the former falls back on Little Washington, and thus is them, has soon encountered Rosser's Confederate cavalry brigade. This officer, following the idea of the Federals at Jefferson, tries to deceive his adversaries by ordering his men to fight on foot, as if they were the skirmishers of an army corpte army on the evening of the 12th had not reached the banks of the Rappahannock. Hill was at Amissville, Ewell beyond Jefferson. The two roads which they were following unite at Warrenton: they met in this town about midday on the 13th. All the
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
nd Gregg's divisions), from Aldie to Leesburg, Va. Stahel's cavalry division was en route between the Potomac and Frederick City, Md. Crawford's Pennsylvania Reserves moved from Vienna to Goose Creek. June 27. The First corps marched from Jefferson to Middletown, Md.; the Second Corps, from near Edwards' Ferry, via Poolesville, to Barnesville, Md.; the Third corps, from Point of Rocks, via Jefferson, to Middletown, Md.; the Fifth corps, from a point between Edwards' Ferry and the mouth offrom Middletown to near Woodsboroa; the Sixth corps, from near Poolesville to Hyattstown; the Eleventh corps, from Middletown to near Frederick; and the Twelfth corps, from Knoxville to Frederick City. Buford's cavalry division moved from near Jefferson to Middletown. Gregg's cavalry division reached Frederick City, and marched thence to New Market and Ridgeville. Crawford's Pennsylvania Reserves marched from the mouth of the Monocacy, and joined the Fifth corps General Meade relinquishe