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s near the head of York River. Its left was established south of the Chickahominy, between White Oak Swamp and New Bridge, defended by a line of strong works, access to which, except by a few narrowplies for the sick and wounded. But the time gained enabled the retreating column to cross White Oak Swamp without interruption, and destroy the bridge. Battle of Frazier's farm. Jackson reachms, that two regiments had to be detached for their security. His progress was arrested at White Oak Swamp. The enemy occupied the opposite side, and obstinately resisted the reconstruction of the engagement; but Huger not coming up, and Jackson having been unable to force the passage of White Oak Swamp, Longstreet and Hill were without the expected support. The superiority of numbers and advof July, Jackson reached the battle-field of the previous day, having succeeded in crossing White Oak Swamp, where he captured a part of the enemy's artillery and a number of prisoners. He was direc
e marched, by orders, at sunrise, crossed White Oak Swamp, (the bridge, destroyed by the enemy, caugia regiment, on the left, extending from White Oak Swamp, across the Williamsburg road, to the Yorblished. It was anticipated that, by the White Oak Swamp road, Kearny's division, which had been med down the road toward the north fork of White Oak Swamp. I passed on, and at eight o'clock my en we moved, with the brigade, camping at White Oak Swamp, moving next morning early, with the briginy at Grapevine Bridge, and moved toward White Oak Swamp, which we reached about half past 9 A. M.to a piece of woods several miles west of White Oak Swamp, at which place it staid one day, and the. Captain Clark, at Mechanicsville and White Oak Swamp, expended three hundred and ninety-two ro, when we again joined the division below White Oak Swamp, and returned with it to our camp on the arch, and proceeded to a point at or near White Oak Swamp, where it remained for the night. On T[20 more...]