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ral Wright, moved by way of Charlestown and Summit Point to Clifton; General Emory, with Dwight's diitt's cavalry at White Post and Lowell's at Summit Point. The enemy, as stated before, moved at thewell received instructions to close in from Summit Point on the right of the Sixth Corps. My objere skirmish Wilson and Lowell fell back to Summit Point, and the Jersey brigade joined its corps atof the Opequon, and Wilson was stationed at Summit Point, whence he held a line along the Opequon as Smithfield, drove in my cavalry pickets to Summit Point, and followed up with a rapid advance againral Early thought I had taken position near Summit Point, and that by moving rapidly around through er he marched with the bulk of his army to Summit Point, but while reconnoitring in that region on explains Early's reconnoissance that day to Summit Point as a covering movement, but his rapid withd the Nineteenth, Crook being transferred to Summit Point, whence I could use him to protect my right[2 more...]
om. Fourth United States, Batteries C and E,[At Pleasant Valley, Md., and not engaged In the battle.] Lieutenant Terence Reilly. moved at 3 o'clock that morning. The plan was for Torbert to advance with Merritt's division of cavalry from Summit Point, carry the crossings of the Opequon at Stevens's and Lock's fords, and form a junction near Stephenson's depot, with Averell, who was to move south from Darksville by the Valley pike. Meanwhile, Wilson was to strike up the Berryville pike, cge, the two infantry corps, under command of General Wright, were expected to press on after and occupy Wilson's ground, who was then to shift to the south bank of Abraham's Creek and cover my left; Crook's two divisions, having to march from Summit Point, were to follow the Sixth and Nineteenth corps to the Opequon, and should they arrive before the action began, they were to be held in reserve till the proper moment came, and then, as a turning-column, be thrown over toward the Valley pike,