one half-mile west of the Monterey House.
A volley is fired as the train is reached.
Do you surrender?
Yes, is the response, and on the First Virginia dash to Ringgold, ordering the cowed and frightened trainguard to surrender, as they swept along for eight miles, where the head of the train was reached.
Here the two hundred m recognition of the Southern Confederacy by the United States Government--or in other words — never.
After daylight a lot of the wagons were parked and burnt at Ringgold; hundreds were burned in the road where captured.
Our men filled their canteens with molasses and replenished their stock of clothing, sugar, salt, and bacon.
hundred rebel soldiers, stragglers, were captured, and were brought into the main column Sunday night.
The head of the column, as I have said before, reached Ringgold at about daylight — the whole command, horses as well as men, tired, hungry, sleepy, wet, and covered with mud. Men and animals yielded to the demands of exhaust