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Chapter 40: in front of Washington. On the 10th, the march was resumed at daylight, and we biv
Street pike which runs by Silver Spring into Washington.
Jackson's cavalry moved on the left flank. hoping to get into the fortifications around Washington before they could be manned.
Smith drove a een used to render the fortifications around Washington as strong as possible.
This reconnaissance worse than folly.
If we had any friends in Washington, none of them came out to give us informatio eavor to find out the condition of things in Washington, but he had not crossed the river, and I had eluctant to abandon the project of capturing Washington I determined to make an assault on the enemy eby served to enable General Wright to reach Washington with two divisions of the 6th corps, and the he Potomac is a wide river, and navigable to Washington with the largest vessels, will cause the int reader to wonder, not why I failed to take Washington, but why I had the audacity to approach it a [8 more...]