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Heros von Borcke, Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence, Chapter 10: (search)
headquarters near Culpepper Court-house. my departure for Richmond. fights at the Pothouse and Aldie. reception at Middleburg. General McClellan, the Federal Commander-in-Chief, having largely reinforced his army with regiments from the new ly, but expressive of the sincerest sympathy and attachment. About dusk in the evening we marched back along the road to Middleburg, near which place General Stuart intended to encamp, having ordered me to gallop ahead of the column into the village to make the necessary arrangements for food and forage with the Cavalry Quartermaster stationed there. Middleburg is a pleasant little place, of some 500 inhabitants, which, by reason of its proximity to the Federal lines, had often been visited brse his mode of procedure, and commence with the young ladies. The General and Staff bivouacked with the cavalry near Middleburg, while for me was reserved the agreeable duty of riding on special business to Upperville, where, beneath the hospitabl
Heros von Borcke, Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence, Chapter 24: (search)
on and Fauquier counties. the cavalry fight near Middleburg, 19th of June. I am severely wounded. stay at U off towards Aldie, proceeded in the direction of Middleburg, which place he and his Staff, galloping ahead ofobertson should move his regiments at a trot upon Middleburg, and drive the enemy from the town without delay.with our advanced pickets, about half a mile from Middleburg, and we found them supported by their reserve, uncers and 75 privates prisoners. On our return to Middleburg the General an I remained another hour with our lthat the Federals had advanced in strong force on Middleburg, had driven back our troops, and were once more i advancing upon a patch of wood about a mile from Middleburg, which was held by our troops, consisting of Robegly, You're mistaken for once, Von; I shall be in Middleburg in less than an hour, requesting me at the same tng in pursuit of the Federals in the direction of Middleburg. The Doctor was satisfied with my progress towar