iaferro Succeeds to command after the fall of Garnett—Incidents of the report by Dr. Henry M. Priceill (Elkins), nine miles beyond Beverley, General Garnett faced McClellan's 15,000 with 2,000 men, men of the Forty-fourth were held, under General Garnett's positive order, as idle witnesses almos drawn up in the streets of Beverley, waiting Garnett, our last march made amid a thunder-storm andwet to the skin, there came a last order from Garnett to take the prisoners from the jail and fall July reached Monterey and encamped, awaiting Garnett's forces to join us. Pegram, cut off by thisrrender the force with him to McClellan.
General Garnett commenced to retreat on the night of the . Dr. Price says Colonel Scott was held under Garnett's positive order at the forks-of-the-road poidered Scott to join him at Laurel Hill.
Then Garnett didn't know that David L. Hart, a mountaineered from what they were anticipated to be when Garnett wrote that order, and the order was no longer