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ere making any movements in the direction of Germantown or Fairfax Court-House. The enemy was foundwere in the vicinity, and to push forward to Germantown with his advance. I directed McDowell to mossembled, I think, on Licking River, between Germantown and the railroad, with a reserve for the forther the enemy is making any movement toward Germantown and Fairfax Court-House. I do not wish any jor-Gen. Hooker: You will at once proceed to Germantown, assume command of the troops arriving at FaWashington, together with those stationed at Germantown. By command of Major-Gen. Pope. (Signed all their troops coming from Washington to Germantown. They must be at Germantown as early this aGermantown as early this afternoon as possible — certainly to-night. They must take up strong position there. There is no doin discovered in our front on the heights of Germantown, and about five P. M. made a spirited attackut a mile this side of Fairfax Court-House. Germantown is on the Little River turnpike, about half [2 more...]
ere making any movements in the direction of Germantown or Fairfax Court-House. The enemy was foundwere in the vicinity, and to push forward to Germantown with his advance. I directed McDowell to mossembled, I think, on Licking River, between Germantown and the railroad, with a reserve for the forther the enemy is making any movement toward Germantown and Fairfax Court-House. I do not wish any o brigades now there, and immediately occupy Germantown with your whole force, so as to cover the tujor-Gen. Hooker: You will at once proceed to Germantown, assume command of the troops arriving at Faax Court-House: Move your brigade at once to Germantown, and join it to the one under Col. Hincks atWashington, together with those stationed at Germantown. By command of Major-Gen. Pope. (Signed all their troops coming from Washington to Germantown. They must be at Germantown as early this ain discovered in our front on the heights of Germantown, and about five P. M. made a spirited attack[2 more...]