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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)
to the enemy; so that Ewell's movement upon Hagerstown, which was executed on the 22d, was known to cavalry brigade) to watch the outlet of the Hagerstown road in the valley of the Monocacy at Mechan-west runs in the direction of Fairfield and Hagerstown, crossing Marsh Creek at the ford called Blaughby Run, extending his lines as far as the Hagerstown road; the reserve troops, dismounted like thed piece. On the extreme left, south of the Hagerstown road, Gamble still holds Lane in check, who llowing the convergent roads of Cashtown and Hagerstown, and he soon finds himself inside of Gettysbthe Millerstown road, branching off from the Hagerstown road near Marsh Run, at the Black Horse Taveuntain-passes, he may cover his retreat upon Hagerstown or Hancock on the one side, while still menay Run, between the roads to Chambersburg and Hagerstown, fronting the battlefield of the previous dawithout any halt, by way of Chambersburg and Hagerstown, to the banks of the Potomac, crossing the r[6 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—Third winter. (search)
ry on the left bank of the Antietam south of Hagerstown, is advancing along the Boonsboroa turnpike.ble, within one of the angles of the river. Hagerstown, therefore, should have been his only objectthern cavalry in defending the approaches to Hagerstown. They arrive just in time, for Buford, crosthis village to Bakersville, Boonsboroa, and Hagerstown. On the right it rests on the Potomac at a e, Hill on the Boonsboroa road, Ewell on the Hagerstown road; Rodes' division, which forms the extrearly to the road running from Boonsboroa to Hagerstown—one to the left, the other to the right, thee makes his army advance in the direction of Hagerstown only in order to verify the reports announci and advances to within a mile and a half of Hagerstown, which he finds still strongly occupied. Wo already occupies Funkstown, advances upon Hagerstown with one brigade of infantry of Ames' divisi line the First corps follows the route from Hagerstown to Smoketown; the Eleventh is posted across [47 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
egg's cavalry division, from Boonsboroa, via Hagerstown Richmond's brigade, of Kilpatrick's division, remained at Hagerstown, whence it retired toward Boonsboroa. and Williamsport, to Jones' Cross-k's cavalry division, from Funkstown to near Hagerstown; and Neill's brigade, of the Sixth corps, Mc' (First) division, Eleventh corps, occupied Hagerstown; Neill's brigade, of the Sixth corps, moved orps moved from Funkstown to the vicinity of Hagerstown; Smith's division, of Couch's command, from t; the Sixth corps, from the neighborhood of Hagerstown to Williamsport; the Eleventh corps, from Funkstown, via Hagerstown, to Williamsport; and Williams' (First) division of the Twelfth corps, from ers; and Kilpatrick's cavalry division, from Hagerstown, via Williamsport, to Falling Waters. Kelle; the Eleventh corps, from Williamsport, via Hagerstown, to Middletown; and the Twelfth corps, from on from Falling Waters, via Williamsport and Hagerstown, to Boonsboroa. Kelley's command, Departmen[1 more...]