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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 1. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of a narrative received of
, of Colonel John B. Baldwin Staunton, touching the Origin of the war. (search)
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Ix. December, 1861 Gen. Lee ordered South. Gen. Stuart ambuscaded at Drainsville. W. H. B. Custis returns to the Eastern Shore.
r fruits of a too indulgent treatment of our enemies.
Yesterday Gen. Stuart's cavalry and the 6th Regiment S. C. volunteers met with a blood
These men, with revenge rankling in their breasts, reported to Gen. Stuart that a large amount of forage might be obtained in the vicinity intelligence to the headquarters of the enemy of the purpose of Gen. Stuart to send out in that direction, early the next day, a foraging pa he shape of a horseshoe, and completely concealed from view.
Gen. Stuart had not entered far into the jaws of this trap, before some of h n good order, protecting his wagons.
The enemy did not pursue, for Stuart had rather more men than the informers reported to the enemy.
But and officers of unimpeachable veracity are ready to testify that Gen. Stuart was misled by these very men.
Quite a commotion