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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—Pennsylvania. (search)
on its flank, which compel the Federals to beat a speedy retreat. At the first news of the passage of Beverly Ford by the enemy, the commander of the Confederate cavalry had hastened with most of the forces at his disposal, W. H. F. Lee's and Hampton's brigades: Fitzhugh Lee's brigade, under Munford, was hastily recalled from Oak Shade, while Robertson remained watching Brandy Station. The forces so promptly gathered before Buford enabled Stuart to resume the offensive at once. It was abouollowing Lee's example at Chancellorsville, Stuart does not hesitate for a moment. Availing himself of a slight advantage he has just obtained over Buford to leave only W. H. F. Lee's brigade and that of Fitzhugh Lee before him, he hastens with Hampton's and Jones' troops and a portion of his light artillery to meet Gregg. In the mean while, the latter had become engaged in a desperate struggle, and if the contrary wind prevented the Federals near Beverly Ford from catching the sound of the
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—Third winter. (search)
emains on the Rapidan with some infantry to mask the departure of the army, Stuart concentrates Hampton's division at Madison Court-house. He will precede the infantry and cover their right in the fwas more perilous than slowness at such a moment. On the evening of the 9th detachments from Hampton's division, crossing Robertson's River, drive in Custer's outposts toward James City, and Meadevement prepared the day before. At daybreak Stuart crosses Robertson's River with the whole of Hampton's division: his right moves forward with circumspection between Thoroughfare and Cedar Mountain flank of the army. At daybreak Stuart, finding no one before him at James City, has ordered Hampton's division to march forward through Bethel Church to Griffinsburg. At this latter place he enc as he perceives them marching forward he finds out their design and endeavors to detain them. Hampton's division, taking the full trot, follows on the north of the railway a route parallel to the r
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
Battery (Hard away Artillery. Lusk's Virginia Battery. Johnson's Virginia Battery. Rice's Virginia Battery (Danville Artillery). Pegram's Battalion. Major W. J. Pegram. Captain E. B. Brunson. Brander's Virginia Battery (Letcher Artillery). Brunson's South Carolina Battery (PeeDee Artillery). Crenshaw's Virginia Battery. McGraw's Virginia Battery (Purcell Artillery. Marye's Virginia Battery (Fredericksburg Art.). Cavalry. Major-General J. E. B. Stuart. Hampton's brigade. Brig.-gen. Wade Hampton. Colonel L. S. Baker. 1st North Carolina. 1st South Carolina. 2d South Carolina. Cobb's Georgia Legion. Jeff. Davis Legion. Phillips' Georgia Legion. Fitz. Lee's brigade. Brig-gen. Fitzhugh Lee. Colonel Thomas T. Munford. 1st Maryland Battln (?). 1st Virginia. 2d Virginia. 3d Virginia. 4th Virginia. 5th Virginia. Jones' brigade. Brig.-gen. William E. Jones. 6th Virginia. 7th Virginia. 11th Virginia. 12th Virginia. 35