ing in line of battle on its southern border, and McCausland's and Imboden's brave but weary cavalrymen were b, and the reduced cavalry brigades of Imboden and McCausland, and the battalion of cadets from the Virginia Mid, and 100 missing. Early was hot upon his heels, McCausland leading with his cavalry.
The night of the 19th ugh Liberty, twenty-five miles away.
On the 21st McCausland, always enterprising, struck him again at Hanging of this brigade and of Imboden's, Jackson's, and McCausland's, now numbering 2,000 men, and his infantry, witows Early's sagacity.
On the 30th of July, while McCausland was at Chambersburg, Grant exploded the mine unde pieces of artillery and about 300 prisoners from McCausland's Brigade at Moorefield.
On the 9th Sheridan's wry, and the cavalry brigades of Vaughan, Johnson, McCausland and Imboden.
The statement as to the infantry his wound at Winchester.
That Rosser and Lomax, McCausland, and their subordinates did so well under the cir