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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 26 0 Browse Search
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h of October to proceed to Conrad's Ferry. Captain Vaughn immediately started, camping at the New Yohe river. General Baker at that time gave Captain Vaughn orders to place the centre section of his istant, in a position to shell the woods. Captain Vaughn immediately started, ordering Lieutenant B in time to cross with it. Very soon after Captain Vaughn left the river, orders were given to transt expeditious forwarding, which was one of Captain Vaughn's pieces. The piece was taken across the leg. I feel it my duty to say, that had Captain Vaughn not been prevented by illness, caused by hin their hands. Subsequently I despatched Captain Vaughn, of the Rhode Island battery, with anotherrying party was employed; and I despatched Captain Vaughn with a party of ten men for that purpose, otected, accompanied by a threat to retain Captain Vaughn and his party as prisoners of war. I at onby the rebel commander. Immediately after Captain Vaughn's return, under cover of night, I commence[3 more...]