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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 3: political affairs.--Riots in New York.--Morgan's raid North of the Ohio. (search)
sketch, was the fracture made by a round shot that passed through the house. to the vicinity of Auburn, the residence of John Minor Botts, Mr. Botts's beautiful seat, called Auburn, was about a miAuburn, was about a mile from Brandy Station, on a very slight elevation, with a little depression between his house and gentle cultivated ridges at a little distance. The writer and his friends already mentioned (Messrs. at that time covering the National rear, and when Lee reached Warrenton, this rear-guard was at Auburn, only a few miles eastward, with Caldwell's division and three batteries on the heights of Cedaron his rear. This had outstripped Ewell's, whose advance it had encountered in the morning near Auburn, and was now pushing forward expecting to meet Sykes's at Bristow Station. Warren was again in d him to flank Hampton, when the latter fell back, making way for Fitzhugh Lee to come down from Auburn, and fall on Kilpatrick's flank. This was done. At the same moment Stuart pressed his front, a
85; second battle of, 3.389: flight of Hood from, 3.393; occupation of by Sherman, 3.394; buildings burnt in by order of Sherman, 3.405; Sherman's march from to Savannah, 3.406-3.414; visit of the author to in 1866, 3.404, 522. Atlanta, ram, capture of by Capt. Rodgers, 3.199. Aserasboroa, battle of, 3.499. Averill, Gen. W. W., his cavalry fight with Fitzhugh Lee near Kelly's Ford, 3.22; operations of in West Virginia, 3.112; his raid on the Virginia and Tennessee railway, 3.113. Auburn, Va., cavalry fight near; 3.100. Auger, Gen., at the siege of Port Hudson, 2.63 i. B. Bailry, Lieut.-Col., Joseph, dam constructed by across the Red River, 3.267. Baird, Gen., at the battle of Missionaries' Ridge, 3.167. Baker, Senator, speech of in New York at the Union Square meeting, 1.356. Baker, Col. E. D., energy and gallantry of, 2.141; death of at Ball's Bluff, 2.142. Balloons, use of in connection with the telegraph (note), 2.132. Ball, Mr. Lincoln's inaugura