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Heros von Borcke, Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence, Chapter 14: (search)
H. E Lee's brigade was stationed on the Lower Rappahannock, near Port Royal; Fitz Lee's command, under Rosser, at a point some distance beyono our headquarters, I learned that Stuart had gone with Pelham to Port Royal, to drive off some of the enemy's gunboats which had ascended theessly by our companions of the Staff for having missed our way to Port Royal; but when next day we produced the madeira, there was an evident information from Stuart that he had been unexpectedly detained in Port Royal, together with orders that I should join him there at once; so tnd ordered us to turn back with him. The fighting was over at Port Royal, and Pelham with his horse-artillery had met with his usual good yself, with several other members of the Staff, again set out for Port Royal, where some of the Federal gunboats were renewing their demonstrang established his headquarters midway between Fredericksburg and Port Royal, at the plantation of James Parke Corbin, Esq., known as Moss nec