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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), A narrative of Stuart's Raid in the rear of the Army of the Potomac. (search)
gloomy for the Confederates. At this juncture Stuart arrived. With eagle eye he at once saw his die least excited under fire or elsewhere. When Stuart reached the ford he never dismounted. He sat admirably for the bridge. The great genius of Stuart was now fully evinced, and this was to be the d followed in hot pursuit and were threatening Stuart's rear. The torch was applied and the bridge e yard. After partaking of some refreshments, Stuart and his staff slept for several hours. Aboun with him on many a long and weary march. As Stuart approached the neighborhood of White Oak Swampt to tell the Governor that a soldier from General Stuart's command was at the door with important d. How McClellan, with a grand army, allowed Stuart to ride around him with only fifteen hundred c of the geography of the country through which Stuart passed, for he could have intercepted him at Tot how to act, and this stunning blow afforded Stuart a golden opportunity to prosecute his foray. [15 more...]