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William Swinton, Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac, chapter 2 (search)
ushed on, and, by six, drew up his division in front of Stone Bridge, where he opened an artillery fire on the enemy on the forces, while Colonel Evans, with a demi-brigade, held Stone Bridge, which formed the Confederate left. Meantime, he had nh was the head of Tyler's column) had drawn up opposite Stone Bridge, he assumed the attack would be made there—that is, agaand, on learning the appearance of the hostile force at Stone Bridge (being still unaware of the flanking operation in execu Meanwhile, the force of Tyler had deployed in front of Stone Bridge, and a scattering skirmish fire was opened between his move, as it occupied the attention of the force behind Stone Bridge for a couple of hours—that is, till about half-past 8. ly forced back sufficiently to allow Tyler's force near Stone Bridge to commence crossing to the south side and join in the ew yards of each other, and half a mile to the south of Stone Bridge. Rising to an elevation of quite one hundred feet abov
William Swinton, Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac, Index. (search)
gainst, 44; Johnston's evacuation of Winchester, and union with Beauregard, 46; McDowell's army moved from the Potomac towards, 46; McDowell's plan of attack, 48; Beauregard's lines of defence, 50; commencement of the battle, 51; the action of Stone Bridge, 52; peril of Confederate left flank, 53; retreat of the Union army, 56; losses on both sides, 57; causes of the Union defeat, 58; followed by popular uprising, 60; evacuated by Johnston, 89. Manassas No. 2, Jackson's retreat from, 181; the Cedar Creek, 559, Early once more ensconced at Fisher's Hill, 560; desolation of the, by Sheridan, 560; the battle of Cedar Creek—see Cedar Creek, 561; all operations ended in, 564; battle of Winchester—see Winchester. Sherman at Manassas (Stone Bridge), 53: given command at the West, and against Johnston, 405; advance on Atlanta compared with Grant's direct attack system, 495; capture of Atlanta, 566; march from Atlanta to Savannah, 566; crossed the Savannah into South Carolina, 566; reache