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Franklin (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
Averill's retreat. --Averill, in his retreat from the Droop Mountain fight, passed through Franklin, Pendleton county, just west of Harrisonburg. There were between 2,000 and 3,000 of them, including about 700 infantry, and three pieces of artillery, with which they had been reinforced in Crab Bottom. Their retreat was very hurried.--They captured one of Gen. Imboden's courier-guards at Franklin. It is said they had a great many wounded in their wagons and ambulances.--We had twenty-five men, under Capt. Boggs, following them and dogging their retiring footsteps to within 15 miles of Petersburg. From the way the retiring Yankees travelled, they must have imagined Imboden's whole force was after them.
Crab Bottom (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
Averill's retreat. --Averill, in his retreat from the Droop Mountain fight, passed through Franklin, Pendleton county, just west of Harrisonburg. There were between 2,000 and 3,000 of them, including about 700 infantry, and three pieces of artillery, with which they had been reinforced in Crab Bottom. Their retreat was very hurried.--They captured one of Gen. Imboden's courier-guards at Franklin. It is said they had a great many wounded in their wagons and ambulances.--We had twenty-five men, under Capt. Boggs, following them and dogging their retiring footsteps to within 15 miles of Petersburg. From the way the retiring Yankees travelled, they must have imagined Imboden's whole force was after them.
Averill's retreat. --Averill, in his retreat from the Droop Mountain fight, passed through Franklin, Pendleton county, just west of Harrisonburg. There were between 2,000 and 3,000 of them, including about 700 infantry, and three pieces of artillery, with which they had been reinforced in Crab Bottom. Their retreat was very hurried.--They captured one of Gen. Imboden's courier-guards at Franklin. It is said they had a great many wounded in their wagons and ambulances.--We had twenty-five men, under Capt. Boggs, following them and dogging their retiring footsteps to within 15 miles of Petersburg. From the way the retiring Yankees travelled, they must have imagined Imboden's whole force was after them.
Averill's retreat. --Averill, in his retreat from the Droop Mountain fight, passed through Franklin, Pendleton county, just west of Harrisonburg. There were between 2,000 and 3,000 of them, including about 700 infantry, and three pieces of artillery, with which they had been reinforced in Crab Bottom. Their retreat was very hurried.--They captured one of Gen. Imboden's courier-guards at Franklin. It is said they had a great many wounded in their wagons and ambulances.--We had twenty-fiAverill, in his retreat from the Droop Mountain fight, passed through Franklin, Pendleton county, just west of Harrisonburg. There were between 2,000 and 3,000 of them, including about 700 infantry, and three pieces of artillery, with which they had been reinforced in Crab Bottom. Their retreat was very hurried.--They captured one of Gen. Imboden's courier-guards at Franklin. It is said they had a great many wounded in their wagons and ambulances.--We had twenty-five men, under Capt. Boggs, following them and dogging their retiring footsteps to within 15 miles of Petersburg. From the way the retiring Yankees travelled, they must have imagined Imboden's whole force was after them.
ty, just west of Harrisonburg. There were between 2,000 and 3,000 of them, including about 700 infantry, and three pieces of artillery, with which they had been reinforced in Crab Bottom. Their retreat was very hurried.--They captured one of Gen. Imboden's courier-guards at Franklin. It is said they had a great many wounded in their wagons and ambulances.--We had twenty-five men, under Capt. Boggs, following them and dogging their retiring footsteps to within 15 miles of Petersburg. From thetry, and three pieces of artillery, with which they had been reinforced in Crab Bottom. Their retreat was very hurried.--They captured one of Gen. Imboden's courier-guards at Franklin. It is said they had a great many wounded in their wagons and ambulances.--We had twenty-five men, under Capt. Boggs, following them and dogging their retiring footsteps to within 15 miles of Petersburg. From the way the retiring Yankees travelled, they must have imagined Imboden's whole force was after them.