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George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Chapter 2: Harper's Ferry and Maryland Heights—Darnstown, Maryland.--Muddy Branch and Seneca Creek on the Potomac—Winter quarters at Frederick, Md. (search)
ng the night. About one o'clock P. M., Colonel Baker made his appearance on the bluff, and inquke command? inquired Colonel Lee. I have, Colonel Baker replied; and then added, And I congratulatr, on a battle upon the soil of Virginia. Colonel Baker then asked as to the whereabouts of Coloneolested until he fell back, as ordered. Colonel Baker, dismounting from his horse and hanging hd's Ferry, where Stone was then operating. As Baker formed his line of battle, the enemy could havmy had been drawing nearer and nearer, feeling Baker's position and ascertaining his numbers. The en space within which was formed the centre of Baker's line of battle, and, halting, formed in lineanced out of the wood, in line of battle, upon Baker's centre, and the Mississippians and Cudworth'r, the day is going hard with us; to which Colonel Baker replied, The battle is lost, sir. Then, an Hardy, the Assistant Adjutant-General of Colonel Baker, appeared with Colonel Cogswell. Colonel C[17 more...]
George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Index (search)
mous war-horse belonging to General Gordon,--history of, with a description of his character and an account of his death, 140-148. Auger, General, division commander under Banks, 276, 277. Wounded in the battle of Cedar Mountain, 319. B Baker, E. D., Colonel of the First California Regiment, 67. Is ordered by General Stone to assume command at Ball's Bluff, 71; obeys the order, 72. Forms his line of battle, 73, 74. Urges on reluctant men to battle, 75. Confesses to Colonel Lee thaedar Mountain, 305. Clark, Colonel, 327, 328. Cogswell, William, holds a captaincy in the Second Mass. Regiment, 12. Is in the fight in Banks's flight to Winchester, 219, 224, 227. Cogswell, Colonel, of a New York regiment, succeeds Colonel Baker in command at the battle of Ball's Bluff, 76. Is taken prisoner, and refuses parole, 78. Colgrove, Colonel, in command of the Twenty-seventh Indiana Regiment in Banks's flight to Winchester, 207, -and in the battle of Cedar Mountain, 308,