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f the enemy ascertained, he retreated across Broad Run. The next morning he was reported to be forre the village once was, just at the west of Broad Run, about three miles west of Manassas Junctio our army on its march. On the west side of Broad Run the country is hilly up to the woods, and soies of our own forces were located. West of Broad Run, extending for a few rods, is low ground, roies for sharp-shooters. On the east side of Broad Run, for a hundred rods, is an open plain, with ailroad. The roads from the west run across Broad Run as follows: The one on the north side of the eastern edge of the wood looking out toward Broad Run. The rear of the Fifth corps was just crosse of the railroad, with its right resting on Broad Run and its left at the wagon road. General Hayf the Fifth corps had crossed to the east of Broad Run, and that Warren was preparing for a fight, , brought off all our wounded, and came over Broad Run in perfect order and safety. We have not [6 more...]
point I found him strongly posted upon the south bank of Broad Run. The position for his artillery was well chosen. After en compelled to limber up and retire to the north bank of Broad Run. The other portions of the command followed. The First battalion. When the command retired to the north bank of Broad Run, he, with a small portion of his battalion, became separaike. The enemy fled precipitately until they had crossed Broad Run, at Buckland's Mills, where Hampton's and Jones's brigadepied a very strong position west of the run. The banks of Broad Run in this vicinity are very steep, and, therefore, are fordwever, succeeding in getting his command in safety across Broad Run after the most desperate fighting, in which Pennington's eral Kilpatrick saw that Custer's brigade was safe across Broad Run, he directed him to fall back slowly, and fighting if purces this might seem a foolhardy errand, having to recross Broad Run, which he did at the bridge, and to run the gauntlet of s