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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), A narrative of Stuart's Raid in the rear of the Army of the Potomac. (search)
ents of the Federals. Between Old Church and Tunstall's (the latter place is situated on the York Rles belonging to them. As the command neared Tunstall's, Captain Frayser reported a squadron of Fed than one hundred men, occupying and guarding Tunstall's. After a very sharp and stubborn resistanceilitary stores of the place. Before reaching Tunstall's, Stuart sent the fourth squadron of the Ninof the second day's march when Stuart reached Tunstall's, and as this was a very important point he most perilous position, could not long occupy Tunstall's, for he was within a few miles of the Federle during the night, which is four miles from Tunstall's and about the same distance from the White ave thrown a sufficient number of troops into Tunstall's by the York River railroad to intercept and passed, for he could have intercepted him at Tunstall's, and if Stuart had been compelled to retracof passing around. It was only nine miles to Tunstall's station, on the York River railroad, and th