, and heard all that passed.
Stuart was urgent for pressing on to Tunstall's station, on the railroad, nine miles ahead, in McClellan's rear;ndemned as prize of war and left in charge of my other companion.
Tunstall's was still two or three miles off. I had never been there, but thwater.
As I turned a bend in the road I came suddenly in sight of Tunstall's, half a mile off, and a few yards from me was another sutler's wour miles of the only road on which he could escape.
The guard at Tunstall's didn't even have their guns loaded.
In order to return to Richmurage and skill with which it was conducted.
The column halted at Tunstall's long enough to close up; there were a good many prisoners and th.
General Emory, who commanded their advance, says that he got to Tunstall's about 2 o'clock that night.
Here, he says, he lost Stuart's tra Royall's camp at Old Church was captured; about sunset we reached Tunstall's, nine miles distant, and at daylight on the 14th got to the Chic