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Chapter 1: the invasion of Virginia. After the fall of Fort Sumter, the Government at Washington commence
United States Army, and it was very apparent that Virginia would be invaded.
When the ordinance of secess
On the 24th of May, the day after the election in Virginia ratifying the ordinance of secession, the Federal eneral McDowell, crossed over from Washington into Virginia, the bands playing and the soldiers singing John B ion was, subsequently, but too well carried out in Virginia and all the Southern States under the inspiration The Confederate Government had sent some troops to Virginia, and a portion of them along with some of the Virg under Brigadier General D. R. Jones, a brigade of Virginia troops under Colonel George H. Jerrett, who was su aced by Brigadier General Longstreet, a brigade of Virginia troops under Colonel Philip St. George Cocke, and k, Eugene Davis' and W. W. Thornton's companies of Virginia cavalry, were placed under my command, and Captain