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William Swinton, Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac, chapter 10 (search)
ance by roads to the east of the route of Hill, passing by Auburn and Greenwich, and uniting with Hill at Bristoe Station. ar of the army; and its route was directed to be by way of Auburn to Catlett's Station, and thence northward along the line g of the 13th, when Lee reached Warrenton, Warren reached Auburn, distant only five miles to the east, and there he bivouachat from Warrenton Ewell's column was to proceed by way of Auburn on Greenwich, and having moved very early in the morning, n at that movement of Warren, who, after engaging Ewell at Auburn in the manner indicated, had advanced rapidly along the ra of permitting Fitz Lee's cavalry division to come up from Auburn and attack the Union cavalry in flank and rear. This planEwell allowed himself to be detained by the rear-guard, at Auburn, from early in the morning till noon; and from Greenwich h delayed for several hours by his rencounter with Ewell at Auburn, he reached the decisive point as soon as Hill. Warren's
William Swinton, Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac, Index. (search)
ps-Hancock, Sedgwick, and Warren, 410; Sheridan appointed to command cavalry, 412; before Petersburg, 507; ceases to exist, 622. Army of Virginia formed by McDowell's, Fremont's, and Banks's armies, 168; absorbed into the Potomac army, 193. Auburn, Stuart bivouacks within Union lines at, 381; Caldwell attacked in rear at, 381. Austrian Aulic council and its Washington prototype, 96. Banks's (Department of the Shenandoah) position during McClellan's advance, 122; at Strasburg with 16, Stuart's capture of Catlett's Station, 176; raid into Pennsylvania, 226; succession to Jackson's command, 292; report of Jackson at battle of Chancellorsville, 293; his absence during movements on Gettysburg, 338; bivouacks within Union lines at Auburn, 381; killed at Yellow Tavern, Virginia, 459. Subsistence—see Commissariat. Sumner, General, in command of pursuit of Johnston, 112; at battle of Williamsburg, 118; at battle of Savage's Station, 156; report on his desire to occupy Frederic