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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—Third winter. (search)
day as far as Brandy Station. Buford, who precedes them, has soon encountered Rosser's Confederate cavalry brigade. This officer, following the idea of the Federalard the south as far as Corbin's Bridge, but he has found on the plank road General Rosser with a part of Stuart's cavalry, and after a lively engagement drives him in an opposite direction as far as New Hope Church. In his turn, Rosser, reinforced, By Early.—Ed. has compelled Gregg to look for support to Sykes, who is advancirpin road At Parker's Store, by the road coming from the Catharpin road.—Ed. Rosser has so sharply attacked Gregg's cavalry that Terry has been compelled to detachnton. He escapes from the Confederates by a prompt retreat. In the mean time, Rosser, the Southern general, has made, with a few bold troopers, a raid around Meade'ed in Western Virginia, starts four regiments of Gregg's cavalry division after Rosser. Colonel Smith, in command, leaves Bealeton on the 21st of December, passes th