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Elias Nason, McClellan's Own Story: the war for the union, the soldiers who fought it, the civilians who directed it, and his relations to them. 28 0 Browse Search
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own and the line of the Warwick, I ordered Gen. Stoneman in pursuit with all the available force ofe Pamunkey. While keeping steadily in view Stoneman's operations and his proper support, I at onct one and a half miles in rear of Lee's Mill, Stoneman was ordered to cut off their retreat in the v Franklin, as might prove most advantageous. Stoneman was thus ordered not only to pursue and harasfront of Sumner. About six miles from Yorktown Stoneman came upon the enemy's pickets; two milesy that road. With the remainder of his force Stoneman pushed on as rapidly as safety permitted to oth of Williamsburg. Before detaching Emory, Stoneman had communicated with Sumner's advanced guardeen moving in a direction threatening to turn Stoneman's right, on which he directed Maj. L. William position for about three-quarters of an hour Stoneman learned that Hooker could not get up for two ight, Hooker's division; next, in the centre, Stoneman, holding the main road; on his right Smith's [4 more...]