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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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nt of the army. About two P. M. the enemy made a reconnoissance in force, with infantry, artillery, and cavalry, and attempted to cross the river, but were prevented from doing so by the cavalry alone. October third, fourth, and fifth.--The cavalry remained somewhat in the same position, sending reconnoissances to Swift run and Brown's gap, and all the time skirmishing with the enemy. October fifth.--Three hundred men of the Second division, West Virginia cavalry, under command of Major Farabee (First Virginia cavalry), were sent from Luray to destroy the railroad bridge over the Rapidan river, to proceed from thence to Culpepper, and thence by Sperryville to Luray. He completely destroyed the bridge. Much credit is due to the officer in command for the prompt and energetic manner in which he carried out his instructions. October sixth.--The First and Third divisions of cavalry (Brigadier-Generals Merritt and Custer) followed the army down the valley, the First division