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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Events leading up to the battle of Gettysburg. (search)
ked by infantry and cavalry, and forced to fall back to the gaps of the mountains. The enemy retired the next day, having advanced only a short distance beyond Upperville. The Federal army was apparently guarding the approaches to Washington, and manifested no disposition to assume the offensive. In the meantime the progress ooun, and for the purpose of ascertaining our movements, strong reconnoissances were made by his cavalry, sometimes supported by infantry. After the affair at Upperville, on the 21st of June, Stuart remained on the east of the Blue Ridge, in front of Longstreet, one division of whose corps had been recalled from the west of thell move him on to-day, if possible. Saturday Longstreet withdrew from the Blue Ridge. Yesterday the enemy pressed our cavalry with infantry and cavalry on the Upperville road, so that McLaws had to be sent back to hold Ashby's Gap. I have not yet heard from there this morning. General Stuart could not ascertain whether it was
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Company C, Ninth Virginia cavalry, C. S. A. [from the Richmond (Va.) Dispatch, February 9, 1896.] (search)
John W. Hungerford fourth captain; killed at Middleburg. Charles C. Robinson, fifth captain; wounded and captured at Upperville. George W. Beale, first lieutenant, twice wounded. A. G. Dade, second lieutenant; promoted major in commissary departounded at Hatcher's Run, Joseph R. Gregory, captured, Levi Gregory, discharged, Thomas P. Greenlaw, severely wounded at Upperville, Frederick Griffith, William Guthrie, discharged, George Gutridge, wounded and captured at Upperville, W. Octavus GutriUpperville, W. Octavus Gutridge, killed, Joseph Haislin, James Hall, Luther Hall, drowned, Shelton B. Hall, discharged, Hackman Haynie, died in service, Benjamin Hardwick, John W. Harvey, Mungo P. Harvey, ordnance sergeant, James R. Holliday, Richard Hunter, killed at Charles Cent, died in service, Charles Taylor, Henry Taylor, Thomas Taylor, Robinson Taylor, Charles Turner, severely wounded at Upperville, Henry Turner, James Walker, discharged, Milton M. Walker, William M. Walker, severely wounded in Dinwiddie, Ro. J. Was