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The rear-guard-general Custer's division retiring from Mount Jackson, October 7, 1864.
from a War-time sketch.
Central Railway. After proceeding to Staunton and destroying immense quantities of army stores, Torbert moved to Waynesboro‘, destroying the railway track, and after burning the railway bridges toward the Blue Ridge, and on being threatened by Early's forces, which had moved thither to attack him, he retired to Bridgewater.
Naturally a question now arose between winter, under myself, as chief-of-cavalry.
The march to Staunton was made without noticeable
Brigadier-General Bradley T. Johnson, C. S. A. From a photograph. opposition.
On the morning of March 2d Early was found posted on a ridge west of Waynesboro‘. The veteran soldier was full of pluck and made a bold front for a fight, but his troops were overcome, almost without even perfunctory resistance, by the advance regiments of the column, and Early, with a few general officers, barely escaped