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Chapter 15: Bull Run. At Centreville, on Saturday night, McDowell called his officers together and announced to them his plan of battle for the following day. The Warrenton turnpike ran almost directly west from Centreville to Gainesville station on the railroad. He was yet unaware that Johnston had joined Beauregard, and
herefore ordered that Tyler, with the heaviest division, should advance from Centreville directly to Stone Bridge, three and a half miles distant, and make a feigned imbers ready to repair it. The division of Miles should remain in reserve at Centreville, and the brigade of Richardson continue to threaten Blackburn's Ford.
In d; and since a practicable road from each of these five fords converged upon Centreville, he proposed a simultaneous advance and attack on the Union army, in its cam auregard was yet waiting impatiently to hear that his right was advancing on Centreville, when, toward eleven o'clock, word came that, through a miscarriage of order
Chapter 15: Bull Run. At Centreville, on Saturday night, McDowell called his officers together
Beauregard's army lay in detachments behind Bull Run, at five different fords, along a line of eig stone bridge where Warrenton turnpike crosses Bull Run, though Mc-Dowell supposed it to extend to th nd, rapidly descending on the enemy's side of Bull Run, should clear away the batteries at the stone explained to him the character and course of Bull Run, and the situation of the five principal ford , and, returning, flows to the southeast into Bull Run.
This was the destined battle-field.
It one gun at his left, and the other some dis-
Bull Run-battle of the forenoon.
in these maps the yler led Sherman's and Keyes' brigades across Bull Run half a mile above, where the stream was forda ight, so as to give a partial cross-fire at
Bull Run-battle of the afternoon. a distance of three ve thousand volunteers on the battle-field of Bull Run who had entirely lost their regimental organi