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George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Chapter 7: the Army of Virginia under General PopeBattle of Cedar Mountain. (search)
s, and had at that date succeeded in getting no farther than Madison Court House. The arrival of the enemy at Gordonsville, on the sixteenthd, who had relieved Hatch, was with five regiments posted at Madison Court House, with his pickets along the line of the Rapidan from Barnettartillery from Siegel's corps, stationed where the road from Madison Court House to Sperryville crosses Robertson's River. General Bayard, wi the former that the enemy was advancing in heavy force upon Madison Court House. A glance at the map will show that these two forces could point, and that was Culpeper. If all the enemy had been at Madison Court House, it might have been doubted; but with Bayard's report that htful whether the enemy's movements were in the direction of Madison Court House and Culpeper; so he determined to keep himself between the eh turns off from the Orange Court House and Culpeper road to Madison Court House. These troops were stripped of harness, and taking their e