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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)
ugh Dover, Middleburg, Rector's Cross-roads, Upperville, where several roads converge, and finally Pn his left, directing them to fall back upon Upperville, making the best resistance they could againhis brigades on the left time to join him at Upperville before he has been driven back upon Ashby's Confederates were ordered to fall back upon Upperville, their retreat once more emboldened the assae Buford's column come up after them between Upperville and Paris, and thus cut off his retreat in t to continue it at once, without stopping at Upperville. As his head of column was leaving this vacked by the Federals, who are emerging from Upperville, and is obliged to gain the approaches of Palted and installed himself in the village of Upperville. On his right, Buford had continued his hotd out for him. On the 19th he passed through Upperville, while his columns occupied defiles of the Bmen lost in the battles of Fleetwood, Aldie, Upperville, and Hanover, two hundred maimed or sick. ma
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—Third winter. (search)
ks only to the hesitations of their chief. On the morning of the 22d the Third corps, which takes the lead since the passage of the Potomac, is no farther than Upperville, near the foot of Ashby's Gap. The Twelfth and Second corps, which are following, are ranged en ├ęchelon at Snickersville and Woodgrove; the other column is diss the best service he can render to the Army of the Potomac, whose greater part is now marching to Manassas Gap. The Third corps continues the advance: leaving Upperville on the 22d, it arrives in the evening at Piedmont, where French leaves two divisions; then he follows the road with the third, that of Birney, commanded by Wardf the enemy's troops, who have passed, as well as to cover French's rear. The Second and Twelfth corps, which are following the Third, are ranged en ├ęchelon at Upperville and Snickersville; the Fifth and the First are at Rectortown and White Plains on the Alexandria Railroad; the Eleventh is a little movie to the rear, at Mountvi
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
ision, Fifth corps, marched from Aldie and Middleburg to Upperville. McIntosh's cavalry brigade marched from Haymarket to Aldie, and thence to Upperville. Stahel's division of cavalry, from the defences of Washington, moved from Fairfax Court-houarnes' (First) division of the Fifth corps returned from Upperville to Aldie. Stahel's cavalry division moved from Bucklandtrick's division of cavalry marched from Purcellville to Upperville. Kelley's command, Department of West Virginia, fell bagrove, the former going to Bloomfield, and the latter to Upperville; the Fifth corps, from a point on the Purcellville and Pd corps, from Bloomfield to Paris; the Third corps, from Upperville, via Piedmont, to Linden; the Fifth corps, from Panther un to Broad Run; and Kilpatrick's cavalry division, from Upperville to Piedmont. July 23. The First corps marched fromalry division, reached Warrenton from Snickersville, via Upperville and Middleburg. July 28. McIntosh's brigade, of Gr