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advanced, General Jackson was directed to move rapidly and secretly from the valley, so as to arrive in the vicinity of Ashland by the twenty-fourth of June. The enemy appeared to be unaware of our purpose, and on the twenty-sixth attacked Generalchanicsville. According to the general order of battle, a copy of which is annexed, General Jackson was to march from Ashland on the twenty-fifth, in the direction of Slash Church, encamping for the night west of the Central Railroad, and to advaen it might be required. In consequence of unavoidable delays, the whole of General Jackson's command did not arrive at Ashland in time to enable him to reach the point designated on the twenty-fifth. His march on the twenty-sixth was consequentlyo. 75.headquarters army of Northern Virginia, June 24, 1862. I. General Jackson's command will proceed to-morrow from Ashland toward the Slash Church, and encamp at some convenient point west of the Central Railroad. Branch's brigade, of A. P. H
nty-fifth of June, we reached the vicinity of Ashland, on the Richmond, Fredericksburgh, and Potomaeilly's and Balthis's batteries, marched from Ashland as the advance of Major-General Jackson's cor were, that General Jackson, moving down from Ashland, would inform General Branch of his near apprng marched that day from Hughs's Tavern, near Ashland. Early Friday morning, it was on the road, aogress, placed myself on his left flank, near Ashland. It is proper to remark here that the comman line of pickets from Woodring's shop, on the Ashland road, along that road to Ashland, and thence Ashland, and thence toward Hanover Court-House, to the residence of Colonel Wickham. On the afternoon of that day, aftadvance guard had reached the neighborhood of Ashland, a company of the Eighth Illinois cavalry drontil we met the army of General Jackson, near Ashland, that night. Nothing special occurred with mune twenty-sixth, when the army advanced from Ashland, the first Maryland regiment, of my command, [3 more...]