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ot, of placing myself between Johnston and the Shenandoah river, rather than let Johnston escape. And, at 4 o'clock, I should have moved over that road for that purpose, if I had had no further orders. But, a little after 12 o'clock at night [July 16th-17th], I received a long order of three pages from Gen. Patterson, instructing me to move on to Charlestoun, which is nearly at right angles to the road I was going to move on, and twenty-two miles from Winchester. This was after I had given muregard with his entire army. where, on the 25th, he was superseded by Gen. N. P. Banks. The movement of the Union Grand Army, commanded in the field by Gen. Irwin McDowell, but directed from Washington by Lieut. Gen. Scott, commenced on Tuesday, July 16th. Gen. Tyler's column, in the advance, bivouacked that night at Vienna, four and a half miles from Fairfax Court House. It rested next night at Germantown, two miles beyond Fairfax; and, on Thursday, at 9 o'clock A. M., pushed on to and thr