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number, the latter placed 1,000 at and near Front Royal, on May 16th, to protect the Manassas Gap r Strasburg by capturing his exposed left at Front Royal, and, that turned, reaching his rear somewh railroad and telegraph at Buckton, between Front Royal and Strasburg, thus breaking communication d the turnpike leading from Gooney Manor to Front Royal, which was well up on the side of the mount two pieces of artillery, on a hill between Front Royal and the Shenandoah, overlooking the forks oto the eastward of Winchester, covering the Front Royal and Millwood roads, with eight pieces of ared on Donnelly's line, stretched across the Front Royal road. These met with a hot reception, for e First Maryland, moved forward between the Front Royal road and the Valley turnpike and turned Donnight of the 23d, he heard of the attack on Front Royal. The next day more alarming intelligence cfrom Strasburg, for his advance had entered Front Royal, but 12 miles away, before midday, while Mc[25 more...]
hill. McCausland moved to the vicinity of Front Royal. On the 23d, the enemy's cavalry attacked the North Fork of the Shenandoah from near Front Royal, to the vicinity of Buckton; the army remaicts the turnpike leading from Winchester to Front Royal, by which Sheridan was advancing to get in y the enemy at Guard hill, on the road from Front Royal to Winchester, to Anderson's disadvantage. and Fitz Lee's of cavalry, advanced by the Front Royal road and encamped on the Opequan. On thee Anderson came forward and encamped on the Front Royal and Millwood road, and Wharton and Gordon eo commanded. Fitz Lee's cavalry retired to Front Royal, and one division of the enemy's cavalry cammand of Fitz Lee's cavalry, fell back from Front Royal, up the South Fork of the Shenandoah, to Miomax's division of cavalry, which came from Front Royal to the vicinity of Middletown on the 19th, uccessful attack and drove him back, toward Front Royal, with the loss of two pieces of artillery. [8 more...]
st, escorting Whipple's topographical party, on the Utah expedition and the march to New Mexico, and in garrison duty, until he was granted leave of absence in 1861. He was promoted captain in 1855, and held this rank when he resigned to enter the Confederate service. He was commissioned lieutenant-colonel, corps of artillery, C. S. A., and in September was assigned to duty as adjutant-general, on the staff of Maj.-Gen. Richard S. Ewell. Participating in this capacity in the battles of Front Royal, Winchester, Cross Keys and Port Republic, of the Valley campaign, he was commended in each report of General Ewell for the coolness and efficiency with which he performed his duties. He was with General Ewell through the Seven Days battles before Richmond, at Cedar mountain, and Groveton, where Ewell was wounded, and subsequently being appointed inspector-general of the division, was commended for gallantry on the field of Fredericksburg by General Early. After participating in the bat