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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.23 (search)
ut that Jake would have such a rig on him. That his dear Confederates, so long expected and come at last, should take his horse! He got it back. We reached Cockeysville, on the Northern Central railroad, about nine o'clock Sunday, July 10th, and burned the bridges there. Here I detached Colonel Harry Gilmor, under Early's ineral Franklin escaped from the guard who had him in charge, and who were utterly broken down by sixty hours continuous ride. I was occupied several hours at Cockeysville, and while there dispatched a faithful friend, Colonel James C. Clarke, into Baltimore to ascertain the condition of the troops and forces available for the dene hundred hours of marching. We had isolated Baltimore from the North, and cut off Washington from the United States, having made a circuit from Frederick to Cockeysville on the east, to Beltsville on the south, and through Rockville and Poolesville on the west. We had failed in the main object of our expedition, which was to r