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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book I:—Richmond. (search)
of the other branch, called North Fork, at Front Royal. This last stream waters the western slope to Winchester direct. Below Strasburg and Front Royal the undulations in the ground disappear almimportance of the villages of Strasburg and Front Royal, which close up the two outlets of the vallrasburg was approachable on every side, and Front Royal was at too great distance from the encampme, the First Maryland, had been stationed at Front Royal for some time for the purpose of holding thd, on the 22d, only sixteen kilometres from Front Royal. On the 23d the small Federal garrison, coeast to west, to join hands with Fremont at Front Royal, and thus cut off Jackson's retreat. In vafinally to march himself with a third, upon Front Royal. He obeyed with great reluctance; for notwl of Fremont at Strasburg and of Shields at Front Royal. If their calculations had been correct, Jwas uniting two of his reduced divisions at Front Royal, Fremont, encamped on the neighboring heigh[7 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—Maryland. (search)
ksburg, a point where the river becomes navigable. To the Confederates the gate of the valley was Charlottesville, as Front Royal was to the Federals. It was from this point that by following a line of railway, of which they were masters, they coue latter at Middletown, the former lower down. In the early part of July both were ordered to cross the Shenandoah at Front Royal, then the Blue Ridge at Luray Gap, and, while Siegel, remaining at Sperryville, should guard the pass of Thornton's Ga, whence an important branch, as we have already known, proceeded eastward, passing through Thoroughfare Gap, to reach Front Royal on the Shenandoah; Bristow, near Broad Run; Catlett's, near Cedar Run; Warrenton Junction, whence a small branch ran n reached Salem about midnight, a village situated at the intersection of the Manassas Railway and the Gainesville and Front Royal road. He found himself at the foot and only within a few kilometres of Thoroughfare Gap. His three divisions were fu
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book VI:—Virginia. (search)
r a considerable portion of his artillery, his reserves and stores had been sent by way of Thornton's Gap to Culpepper Court-house, where they arrived on the 4th. Longstreet, following this movement, proceeded up the Shenandoah, crossed it at Front Royal, and passing through the Blue Ridge at Chester Gap emerged in the vicinity of the sources of the Rappahannock. The streams which form this river presenting no serious obstacle, he fell back as far as Culpepper, where he arrived on the 3d of N Ridge came to take position at Orange Court-house, so as to cover the Rapidan in case the Federals should return in that direction, and assist Longstreet if they attempted to force the passage of the Lower Rappahannock. Leaving D. H. Hill at Front Royal, he took up his own quarters at Orange Court-house, where he remained until the 26th of November; on that day he was summoned to Fredericksburg by an order from Lee, for it was evident that the Unionists were massing all their forces before th