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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—Pennsylvania. (search)
re Gap since morning, and was to join him at Middleburg. On the same day, Stuart, after receivingo watch this defile; Munford to pass through Middleburg and occupy Aldie; and Robertson to stop at es, one branch of it running westward toward Middleburg and Ashby's Gap, the other northwestward in re is a hill, at the foot of which winds the Middleburg road, while the other ascends the northern sced in the rear, and quickly falls back upon Middleburg. Kilpatrick, feeling satisfied, halts on th. Shortly after Duffie was in possession of Middleburg, and hastened to barricade its approaches. . During the night Munford joined Stuart at Middleburg, where the three Confederate brigades of cavh Robertson and Chambliss, taken position at Middleburg, where he hoped to see Jones' brigade, cominwo divisions. He made his appearance before Middleburg on the morning of the 18th: after a few skirbertson, about fifteen hundred yards back of Middleburg, resting his centre on an isolated wood in t[7 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—Third winter. (search)
r reaching Emmettsburg by a by-road, moves through Creagerstown and Utica, and across the High Knob in the Catoctin Mountain; finally, the Second and Twelfth corps, with the artillery reserve, make a wide detour to the left by way of Taneytown, Middleburg, and Woodsboroa, in order to strike at Frederick the road from Washington to Hagerstown. The base for supplying the army, which should always be located along a railway line, is transferred from Westminster to Frederick. These supplies, there farther than Upperville, near the foot of Ashby's Gap. The Twelfth and Second corps, which are following, are ranged en ├ęchelon at Snickersville and Woodgrove; the other column is disposed on a parallel line on the bank of Goose Creek between Middleburg and Mount Gilead. Buford, with Merritt's brigade, arrives on the 20th at Manassas Gap, in time to prevent Fitzhugh Lee from taking possession of it. But the latter precedes the Federals in the neighboring Chester Gap, and easily keeps off Gam
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
o Leesburg. J. I. Gregg's cavalry brigade advanced from Aldie to Middleburg, and returned to a point midway between the two places. June 1 Gregg's cavalry division, except McIntosh's brigade, advanced to Middleburg. McIntosh's brigade moved from Aldie to Haymarket. June 20. by Barnes' (First) division, Fifth corps, marched from Aldie and Middleburg to Upperville. McIntosh's cavalry brigade marched from Haymarketerry Run. July 20. The First corps marched from Hamilton to Middleburg; the Second and Third cops, from Woodgrove, the former going to BVirginia at Cherry Run. July 22. The First corps moved from Middleburg to White Plains; the Second corps, from Bloomfield to Paris; the ivision, reached Warrenton from Snickersville, via Upperville and Middleburg. July 28. McIntosh's brigade, of Gregg's cavalry division, ay be less than that. The Headquarters of this army will be at Middleburg to-night, and the army are all in march for the line between Emme