Warren, with the Fifth corps and Wilson's division of cavalry, seizing the crossing atgment on the Weldon railroad.
On the same day Wilson, with about 6,000 sabres,
Coppee (Grant and battle of Reams' station.
On the same day, Wilson with his cavalry struck the Weldon railroad at the raiders were moving.
Again and again did Wilson seek to wrest it back, but Lee could not be di.
Lee's official dispatch, June 25th, 1864. Wilson reached Meherrin Station on the Danville road n at a sharp trot to take part in the tumult.
Wilson, reaching his objective, descried ominous clouthat there was a blind-road leading in rear of Wilson's left, Fitz. Lee at once pushed forward with away down.
The woods were now all ablaze, for Wilson had fired his trains, and the infantry and artutenant Charles Minnigerode, A. D. C.
Thus Wilson, who but eight days before had crossed this rother joke--
the latter openly alleging that Wilson had given a striking example of what is known [2 more...]