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Chapter 2: Harper's Ferry and Maryland Heights—Darnstown, Maryland.--Muddy Branch and Seneca Creek on the Potomac—Winter quarters at Frederick, Md.
After our defeat at Manassas came the creation of the Army of the Potomac.
I shall touch briefly in this chapter upon the trials which resulted in the formation of that well-disciplined army, only hinting at the magnitude of the task to which General McClellan devoted himself with a soldier's experience and a magnetic power.
While I occupieble relations than it had efficacy in impressing upon General-Banks the conviction that he was acting the r6le of a general in command, for under date of the thirty-first of December I find a note from him, addressing me from headquarters, Frederick, Maryland, as My dear sir, and continuing, If not any interference with arrangements for your regiment to-morrow, I should esteem it a favor if you would allow your band to visit my headquarters for a couple of hours, say from eleven to one o'clock;
l Gordon, 32-34.
Its first engagement and incidents of, 38. Leaves Harper's Ferry and occupies Darnstown, Md., 48, 49 et seg. A case of discipline in, 50-53.
Observes day of .fasting and prayer appointed by the President, 58.
Impatient waiting of its officers and men for active service, 61, 62, 173.
Ordered to Conrad's Ferry, 62-64.
In camp, at Muddy Branch and Seneca Creek, 81-86 ; at which place it experiences a hurricane, 83, -and also much sickness, 84-86.
In winter quarters at Frederick, Md., 87 et seq. Incidents and scenes of camp-life, 88, 89, 91, 107, 108, 149-151.
A second time at Harper's Ferry, 102,--and thence to Charlestown, Va, 104, etseq. Foraging in, 104, 118, 119.
Marches to Winchester, 116, 117.
United to a new brigade, General Gordon as commander, 120.
Pursues Stonewall Jackson, 134 et seq. In camp at Edenburg, 136,--and skirmishing there, 136-139.
Its further pursuit of Jackson, 151 et seq. An officer of, finds time in camp to fall in love, 166.