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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)
Warrenton and Warrenton Junction: it occupies Auburn and Catlett's Station. But the cavalry, which is pushed on beyond Bealeton, protects the reconstruction of the railroad as far as this point. Owing to the intelligent direction of Colonel McCallit, urging, as it appears, the necessity of protecting the railway which has just been rebuilt from Manassas Junction to Bealeton—a puerile motive if it did not conceal others, for in that manner the army, instead of using the railroads, would have blow the line of the railroad. The First corps, stationed on the left of the army, will join the Second and the Third at Bealeton, and form with them a column which, being directed by Meade and commanded by French, will take toward the south the road 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 through Sulphur Springs and the village of Sperryville, forces Thornton's Gap on the fol
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
irst corps marched from Fitzhugh's plantation and White Oak Church to Deep Run; the Third corps, from Hartwood Church to Bealeton, with Humphreys' (Third) division advanced to the Rappahannock; and the Eleventh corps, from the vicinity of Brooke's Station to Hartwood Church. June 13. The First corps marched from Deep Run to Bealeton; the Fifth corps, from the vicinity of Banks' Ford, via Grove Church, toward Morrisville; Wright's (First) and Newton's (Third) divisions, Sixth corps, from Frivision, Eighth army corps, marched from Berryville to Winchester. June 14. The First and Third corps marched from Bealeton to Manassas Junction; the Fifth corps arrived at Morrisville, and marched thence, via Bristersburg, to Catlett's Station July 25. The First corps marched from Warrenton to Warrenton Junction, the second division (Robinson's) going on to Bealeton; the Second corps, from Markham Station to White Plains; the Third corps, from Manassas Gap to near Salem; the Fifth cor