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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)
the Confederates crossed the Rappahannock at Warrenton, Sulphur Springs, and Waterloo, where Jackson passed over the previous year when flanking Pope. See page 458, volume, II. Meade at once,fell back, crossed the river, and continued his retreat to Catlett's Station. Fortunately Lee was ignorant of the real condition of Meade's army at that time, or he might, by turning aside, have demolished the Third Corps with his overwhelming force. Gregg was surrounded, attacked, and routed, at Jeffersonton, north of Hazel River, after a gallant fight, His command was composed of the Fourth and Thirteenth Pennsylvania, and First New York Cavalry, and Tenth New York Infantry. with a loss of about five hundred men, most of whom were made prisoners. Now Oct. 13. the veteran armies of the Potomac and of Northern Virginia commenced a third race northward, over nearly the same course pursued on former like occasions, Lee aiming to strike Meade's line of retreat along the Orange and Alexandr
with Lee at Richmond, 2.414; movements of against Pope, 2.448; captures Harper's Ferry, 2.472; his flank movement at Chancellorsville, 3.27; death of, 3.31. Jacksonville, abandoned by the Confederates, 2.321. James Island, defeat of Gen. Benham at, 3.187; Gen. Terry's movement against, 3.201; battle on, 3.203. James River, crossed by the Army of the Potomac under Grant, 3.333. Jefferson City, proceedings of the loyal convention at, 2.55; threatened by Price in 1864, 3.278. Jeffersonton, defeat of Gregg at, 3.103. Jenkins, Gen., raid of to Chambersburg and Hagerstown, 3.53. Jenkinson's Ferry, Ark., battle of, 3.272. Johnson, Andrew, bold stand taken by in the Senate, 1.226; appointed military governor of Tennessee, 2.235; his inauguration as President, 3.570; impeachment of, 3.620. Johnson Reverdy, resolution offered by in the Washington Peace Congress, 1.241. Johnsonville, destruction of stores at caused by Forrest, 3.418. Johnston, Gen. A. S., in comm