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John G. Nicolay, The Outbreak of Rebellion, Chapter 14: Manassas. (search)
now to over twenty thousand, was posted at the various fords of Bull Run, in a line some eight miles long, and extending from the Manassas Railroad to the Stone Bridge on the Warrenton turnpike. At Union Mills Ford, Ewell's brigade of three regiments; at McLean's Ford, Jones' brigade of three regiments; at Blackburn's Ford, Longstreet's brigade of five regiments; above Mitchell's Ford, Bonham's brigade of five regiments; at Lewis' Ford, Cocke's brigade of portions of six regiments; at Stone Bridge, Evans' demi-brigade of a regiment and a half; Early's brigade of four regiments was posted as a reserve in rear and support of Longstreet and Jones. All the above, together with some seven other regiments and portions, not brigaded, con-stituted Beauregard's Army of the Potomac. His official report states the total effective, on the morning of the battle (July 21st), to have been 21,833, and 29 guns, Holmes' brigade, an independent command ordered up from Acquia Creek, consisted of two
John G. Nicolay, The Outbreak of Rebellion, Chapter 16: the retreat. (search)
ved by the two brigades of Davies and Richardson to fall back on Centreville; while to Blenker the more judicious order was given to advance his brigade toward Stone Bridge, which he did, deploying it in line of battle across the Warrenton turnpike, half-way between Centreville and Cub Run. As soon as Johnston and Beauregard het of Bull Run Russell, wrote his description of the affair for European readers, after a leisurely lunch at Centreville, and a stroll of perhaps a mile toward Stone Bridge, taking his departure with the earliest fugitives. It also happened that on the afternoon of the battle a considerable number of provision, baggage, and amhe columns which were retreating around the long detour by way of Sudley Springs and Ford once more came in sight of the Warrenton turnpike, at a point between Stone Bridge and Cub Run. Cub Run seems to have been a difficult little stream, provided with a suspension bridge of some kind where the turnpike crosses it. Radford's cav
John G. Nicolay, The Outbreak of Rebellion, Index. (search)
f the South with regard to, 7; the corner-stone of the Confederacy, 43 Slidell, Senator, 37, 40 Slemmer, Lieutenant, 38 Small's Pennsylvania Brigade, 88 Smith, General G. W., 211 Smith, General, Kirby, 194 South Carolina, attitude of, with regard to secession, 1; secession of, 5, 14 South Carolina Commissioners have an interview with President Buchanan, 30; their blindness to their opportunity, 31 Southern States, their differences of territory, etc., 10 et seq. Stone Bridge, the, over Bull Run, 176 and note Stone, General, 163 Strasburg, Va., 163 Sudley Ford, Bull Run, 182 Sudley road, the, 187 Sullivan's Island, 21 et seq. Stanton, Edwin M., 26, 33 Star of the West, 33 State supremacy, doctrine of, 6 Staunton, Va., 142, 146 Steedman, Colonel, 152 Stephens, Alexander H., 12; elected Vice-President of the Confederacy, 42 Sumter, Fort, 21 et seq.; expedition for the relief of, 53; President Lincoln's decision with regard to, 5