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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—Pennsylvania. (search)
s to place Barnes' division at Pleasonton's disposal in order to sustain him in his operations against Stuart near the Blue Ridge. On the 18th the other army corps were directed to take the following positions, which they occupied that same evening or the next morning: the Twelfth corps in the vicinity of Leesburg; the Eleventh in the rear, along the Aldie road, near Goose Creek; the First near Herndon Station; the Third at Gum Springs; the Second remained at Centreville, and the Sixth at Germantown. All these army corps were thus drawn within a sector of a circle resting on the Potomac, facing west, and all within mutual helping-distance. In the mean while, the two bodies of cavalry were preparing for a new conflict. Stuart, making Munford, whose troops had been much under fire, pass to the rear at Union, had, in conjunction with Robertson and Chambliss, taken position at Middleburg, where he hoped to see Jones' brigade, coming from the Rappahannock, make its appearance during t
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
ll Run to Aldie. June 18. The Sixth corps moved from Fairfax Station to Germantown, and the Twelfth corps, from near Dranesville to Leesburg. J. I. Gregg's cavence toward Thoroughfare Gap; the Second division (Howe's), Sixth corps, from Germantown to Bristoe Station. June 21. The Second corps arrived at Gainesville anount-house. June 24. Newton's (Third) division, Sixth corps, moved from Germantown to Centreville, and the Eleventh corps from Cowhorn Ford, or Trappe Rock, on to within four miles of the mouth of the Monocacy, Md.; the Sixth corps, from Germantown and Centreville to Dranesville, Va.; the Eleventh corps, from Jefferson to Miartinsburg. July 26. The Second corps marched from White Plains to near Germantown; the Third corps, from near Salem to the vicinity of Warrenton; the Fifth cor from Warrenton Junction to Rappahannock Station; the Second corps, from near Germantown to Elk Run; McIntosh's and J. I. Gregg's brigades, of D. McM. Gregg's cavalry