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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical memorial of the Charlotte Cavalry. (search)
rt, Va., June 10. Middlebrook, Va., June 10. Jas. R. Crews and Norman B. Spraggins wounded. Brownsburg, Va., June 10. Alexander S. Walker wounded, Samuel Price and William Spencer wounded, B. W. Marshall captured. Lexington, Va., June 11. Broad Creek, Va., June 13. Buchanan, Va., June 13. Peaks Gap, Va., June 14. Fancy Farm, Va., June 15. Otter River, Va., June 16. New London, Va., June 16. Lynchburg, Va., June 17, 18. Abner Ford wounded. 1864. under Gen. Jubal Early in his advance into Pennsylvania. Forest Depot, Va., June 18. Liberty, Va., June 20. Salem, Va., June 21. Leetown, W. Va., July 3. North Mountain, W. Va., July 4. Hagerstown, Md., July 7. Frederick, Md., July 8. Monocacy, Md., July 9. Urbana, Md., July 9. Rockville, Md., July 10. Tenleytown, District of Columbia, July 11, 12. Norman King wounded and captured. Rockville, Md., July 13. Edwards Ferry, Md., July 14, Snicker's Gap, Va., July 17.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.17 (search)
s great battles so much outnumbered as was General Early at Winchester and Fisher's Hill. He states that Early in neither of these battles had more than ten thousand men, including all arms of the figures somewhat when he states in a note that Early's army was scarce twelve thousand strong at Cefore, I will go back to some days before, when Early's army was encamped up the Valley. I cannot, d to a room on the right, where I found General Jubal Early and Colonel Hy. Kyd Douglas, the corps t-general. Thinness of Earlys force. General Early took my report, glanced at the totals, andinctly my great surprise that the aggregate of Early's forces was only seven thousand, two or three this to give my recollection of the number of Early's force and an idea of what we had to oppose ught and contended that the manoeuvres made by Early on October 18th (the day before) should be conor attack their right flank, whilst in reality Early's actual purpose was to make a surprise attack[1 more...]