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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—Third winter. (search)
Culpeper about noon, Pleasonton concentrates in that village Kilpatrick's division to prevent Stuart outstripping Buford on the Rappahannock, and sends Gregg to Rixeyville, on Hazel River, to cover on the north the flank of the army. At daybreak Stuart, finding no one before him at James City, has ordered Hampton's division to on the 12th at daybreak; the two others will remain on the Rappahannock—the Third on the right, the First on the left. Finally, Gregg is ordered to proceed to Rixeyville beyond Sulphur Springs, where he arrives at nine o'clock in the evening. He is to guard the crossings of Hedgeman's River and to watch with care the road from ing from Griffinsburg to Amissville; Ewell, following on the right a parallel direction, takes the road from Culpeper to Warrenton, which crosses Hazel River at Rixeyville and Hedgeman's River at Sulphur Springs; Stuart crosses it before him with the main body of his cavalry. Since the preceding day one of his regiments, the Elev