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heir united fire, the enemy was forced to abandon his position on the north side of the river, burning, in his retreat, the railroad bridge and the neighboring dwellings. The rise of the river rendering the lower fords impassable, enabled the enemy to concentrate his main body opposite General Jackson, and on the twenty-fourth, Longstreet was ordered to proceed to his support. Although retarded by the swollen condition of Hazel River and other tributaries of the Rappahannock, he reached Jeffersonton in the afternoon. General Jackson's command lay between that place and the Springs ford, and a warm cannonade was progressing between the batteries of A. P. Hill's division and those of the enemy. The enemy was massed between Warrenton and the Springs, and guarded the fords of the Rappahannock as far above as Waterloo. The army of General McClellan had left Westover, part of which had already marched to join General Pope, and it was reported that the rest would soon follow. The captur
ahannock, crossed Hazel River, and bivouacked at Jeffersonton. On the twenty-fifth, we relieved a portion of this expedition. In the evening, we moved near Jeffersonton. Pursuing the instructions of the commanding General, I left Jeffersonton on the morning of the twenty-fifth, to throw my command between Washington City andeneral Lawton, was moved back to the vicinity of Jeffersonton to rest and cook rations. movement upon the gs, and on the twenty-fourth, within one mile of Jeffersonton; each day being subjected to some little shellinty-fifth, we marched this division in rear, from Jeffersonton across the Rappahannock, at the ford next above General Jackson to report immediately to him at Jeffersonton, which being done, he directed me to select the rdy next. On west side of the road leading from Jeffersonton to Warrenton Springs, Captains Braxton and Davideneral Hood's division, and retired to camp near Jeffersonton. My batteries were unparked at early dawn on Mo