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William Swinton, Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac, V. Pope's campaign in Northern Virginia. August, 1862. (search)
lry. Pope advanced his line, resting his left (Reno's corps of Burnside's army) on the Rapidan near bank, so that on the 24th, Sigel and Banks and Reno occupied Sulphur Springs, and Jackson's main boe, with the divisions of Hooker and Kearney and Reno, reached Manassas Junction, about noon of the 2t he also ordered forward Hooker. Kearney, and Reno, and afterwards Porter. But much time had beenhe sought to get his remaining forces in hand. Reno's corps, and Heintzelman with his two divisionsd severely; and, towards noon, he was joined by Reno's command and the divisions of Hooker and Kearn, in front and west of the Sudley Springs road; Reno and Sigel holding the centre,—Sigel's line beincoming into action, he directed Heintzelman and Reno to assault the enemy's left. The attack was mand forming the left leg, and Porter, Sigel, and Reno the right, with Heintzelman's two divisions hol cold and drenching rain. The attack fell upon Reno, Hooker, a part of McDowell, and Kearney. A fi[3 more...]
William Swinton, Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac, chapter 6 (search)
ral Hooker. The Ninth Corps, of Burnside's old force, was under General Reno. Sumner continued to command his own (Second) corps, and also c was moving towards the latter; and Burnside's command (the corps of Reno and Hooker) had the advance by the former. The Confederate defence , it was guarded only by D. H. Hill's division of five thousand men. Reno's corps arrived near the pass early in the forenoon; but that officeest on the left—the key-point being overlooked. After a sharp fight Reno succeeded in dislodging the Confederate brigade opposed to him, andbut was unable to push beyond. The Confederate brigade opposed to Reno was under General Garland, who was killed early in the action. Garlhis way by the main road well up towards the top of the pass, and as Reno's corps had gained a firm foothold on the crest to the left of the pnd wounded in this severe struggle, and among those who fell was General Reno, commander of the Ninth Corps, an able and respected officer.