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Chapter 16 A disappointed band master Hunter's raid Early's raid on Washington Grant as a write
and men of that band thrown overboard at once!
Hunter's bold march and destruction of military stores had force and Early's corps to the valley of Virginia.
Hunter continued to drive back the troops he encountered t given by Grant to Sigel, and by him turned over to Hunter, who had succeeded him, were prepared with a view t e done to individual property during this raid.
Hunter having been compelled to fall back into West Virgin Baltimore, Cumberland, and Harper's Ferry, bring up Hunter's troops, and put Early to flight.
While Grant was ed solely with measures for defending the capital.
Hunter's troops had fallen back to Charleston, West Virgin and General Howe put in command of his forces until Hunter's arrival.
By means of the telegraphic communicati r me to leave here, and, with Ord at Baltimore, and Hunter and Wright with the forces following the enemy up,