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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)
Third has passed it, and will follow as far as Auburn on the road to Greenwich. Kilpatrick accompaneen retarded by numerous trains, has halted at Auburn about nine o'clock. Warren posts Caldwell's dik in the afternoon, leaving Lomax's brigade at Auburn to watch this route, Stuart continues his move brigade, which forms the advance, has reached Auburn on the banks of Cedar Run. French, believing uthern cavalry and Lee's army. On approaching Auburn, Stuart's scouts discover with surprise this f gray of their uniform from the Union blue. Auburn is situated on the road which Lee has assigned Fifth. Warren has been ordered to march from Auburn to Catlett's to take the same route in the reaion, following a cross-cut which, running from Auburn, intersects that road between New Baltimore anps is still at Catlett's Station, the Fifth at Auburn, the Sixth at Warrenton, and the Second near Warrenton and Warrenton Junction: it occupies Auburn and Catlett's Station. But the cavalry, which[10 more...]