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ted for the night near Stevensburgh, and on the morning of the twenty-first, moved upon Beverly's Ford on the Rappahannock. The Fifth Virginia cavalry, under Colonel Rosser, was sent forward by General Stuart to seize the north bank of the river at this point, and gallantly accomplished the object, capturing a number of prisonersmmense quantities of commissary and quartermaster's stores fell into our hands. General Jackson left Ewell's division, with the Fifth Virginia cavalry, under Colonel Rosser, at Bristoe Station, and with the rest of his command proceeded to the junction, where he arrived early in the morning. Soon afterward a considerable force osition on the left. Garland's brigade, which had suffered heavily in the first attack, was withdrawn, and the defence of the road occupied by it intrusted to Colonel Rosser, of the Fifth Virginia cavalry, who reported to General Hill with his regiment and some artillery. The small command of General Hill repelled the repeated
Burroughs, with his cavalry, to report to Colonel Rosser, and to halt my infantry a little in the rghs, through a staff officer, to report to Colonel Rosser in a field upon the right of the road, and in rear of our position. Seeing Colonel Rosser a short time after this, and learning that he wouldn, as they were placed under the orders of Colonel Rosser. The position occupied by my command wan Chamberlayne. Fifth Virginia cavalry,Colonel T. L. Rosser. Ninth Virginia cavalry,Colonel W. H. Martin, Jeff Davis legion. Report D, Colonel T. L. Rosser, Fifth Virginia cavalry. Report E, C to the enemy. Respectfully submitted, Thos. L. Rosser, Colonel Fifth Virginia Cavalry. [Confters cavalry brigade, June 25, 1862. To Colonel T. L. Rosser, or Cavalry Officer commanding Right Wint, the same guns, accompanied by a section of Rosser's battery, proceeded to a point known as Waynelock P. M., the artillery moved in rear of Colonel Rosser's cavalry, and finally took up a position
ation, Colonel Munford, of the Second, and Colonel Rosser, of the Fifth Virginia cavalry, bringing uGarland his life. It was now intrusted to Colonel Rosser, of the cavalry, who had reported to me, a follow a path until they came in contact with Rosser, when they should change their flank, march ine soon beaten and went streaming to the rear. Rosser, Anderson, and Ripley still held their ground,ndred men, devolved, by selection, upon Colonel T. L. Rosser, Fifth Virginia cavalry, whose judgmenty near the Stone Bridge. At this time, Colonel T. L. Rosser was sent, with one hundred men and a seigade, which was detained by a report from Captain Rosser, of the cavalry, on the extreme right, thaed by two pieces of artillery belonging to Colonel Rosser's cavalry, which was speedily placed in poord, Colonel, commanding. Report of Colonel T. L. Rosser. headquarters Fifth Virginia cavaltfully, General, Your obedient servant, T. L. Rosser. Report of Captain Squiers of the Wash[4 more...]