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John Esten Cooke, Wearing of the Gray: Being Personal Portraits, Scenes, and Adventures of War., General Pegram on the night before his death. (search)
le Federal scout; and on the next morning the line of march was resumed for Petersburg by way of Malone's. Two hundred yards to the left of Halifax bridge there suddenly appeared a number of scatt, evidently stampeded. What is the matter? The Yankees have crossed with two regiments at Malone's! from the hurrying horseman. Did you see them? Yes, sir. Where is your regiment? given. A strong force of Federal cavalry had suddenly attacked the small regiment on picket at Malone's, and dispersed it, nearly capturing Gen. William H. F. Lee, who chanced to be there inspectingly agreeable to myself personally. Kirby's was on the only road to Petersburg, except by way of Malone's — for the time rendered impracticable-and to reach my journey's end it seemed necessary to makeemed probable that I would be forced to return to Petersburg by way of Lynchburg and Richmond! Malone's-Kirby's-Dinwiddie — the enemy were everywhere. A good military rule, however, is to believ