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George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Chapter 9: battle of Cedar Mountain (continued). (search)
ders, I returned to my brigade and directed commanders to move out their regiments, while I proceeded to point out to General Tower, of Ricketts' division, who had now come up to relieve me, the exact position I had held for so many hours. Althoughe enemy had moved his batteries to the positions occupied during the fight by our own. My description of positions to General Tower concluded, ambulances sent with my command and scouts taken from my own escort recalled, I was ready to leave; but totwo hundred men, over the ground from whence the whole of Banks's corps had retreated. On my right our troops, under General Tower, still held their strong point at Brown's cottage, and held it through the night, as I had maintained it through theI had occupied until I was ordered forward to the stubble-field. This was the position I surrendered after dark to General Tower, of Ricketts' division. Our right never was attacked, it was too strong; but, alas! it was too evident that Bank
George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, chapter 15 (search)
ported 2d New York L. A., Battery L11 New York L. A, 10th BatteryNo loss reported Pennsylvania L. A., Battery E1168 4th U. S. A., Battery F145 Total Artillery7225640 Total Second Army Corps23279921228875572216 Third Army Corps Maj.-Gen. Irvin A. McDowell Second Division, Brig.-Gen. James B. Ricketts First Brigade, Brig.-Gen. Abram Duryea 97th New York11 104th New YorkNo loss reported 105th New York178 107th Pennsylvania314 Total First Brigade111113 Second Brigade. Brig.-Gen. Z. B. Tower. 26th New YorkNo loss reported 94th New YorkNo loss reported 88th Pennsylvania11 90th PennsylvaniaNo loss reported Total Second Brigade11 Brig.-Gen. G. L. Hartsuf. 12th Massachusetts116210 13th MassachusettsNo loss reported 83d New York112 11th Pennsylvania325 Total Third Brigade11110417 Fourth Brigade. Col. S. C. Carroll. Staff11 7th Indiana24143 84th Pennsylvania18716 110th Pennsylvania55 1st West Virginia134 Total Fourth Brigade4501569 Artillery. Maine Light A
George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Index (search)
], Rebel officer in Stonewall Jackson's army, 177, 240, 289, 292, 295, 318. Taylor, Colonel, Rebel officer under Stonewall Jackson, 209, 237, 240. Telegraph, an exasperating yet amusing talk by, 41-44. Tenth Maine Regiment, the, its heroic conduct and terrible loss in the battle of Cedar Mountain, 298-302. Theatrical company, a, among soldiers, 173, 201. Account of one of them concerning Rebel cruelties, 254. Thomas, George H., commands Federal forces in Civil War, 36, 37. Tower, General, 319, 320. Trimble, General, Rebel officer, 285, 236. Tucker, F. H., holds a captaincy in the Second Mass. Regiment, 18. U Underwood, A. B., applies for a commission in the Second Mass. Regiment, 4; holds a captaincy in same, 12, 220, 223. Urbino, S. R., assists in raising German troops for the War of the Rebellion, 11. W War Department, the, its general order (No. 15), 14, 15. Its Circular Letter to Governors of States, 16. Its mistakes, 188. Blamed for leav