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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Stuart's cavalry in the Gettysburg campaign. (search)
the enemy materially, he crossed the river at Seneca and marched through Westminister to Carlisle, ctly to Carlisle after crossing the Potomac at Seneca (probably through failure to give due weight tto the Potomac; and Stuart chose the route via Seneca, with full knowledge that they were following d have crossed and bivouacked for the night at Seneca. And again on Page 192: If Longstree in motion, which delayed Stuart's crossing at Seneca two days; but Stuart knew they were moving befhindrance, no doubt influenced him to cross at Seneca instead of Shepherdstown, for Hooker's army hanorthward; and he believed that by crossing at Seneca he would lose no time in getting into the posit the same time that General Stuart crossed at Seneca. Ewell was by that time at Carlisle, and Longd crossed the Potomac the night of the 27th at Seneca, and went into bivouac on the Maryland shore. place. (See page 15). If he had crossed at Seneca on the 25th, as he expected to do before Hooke