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Chapter 9: The expedition into Pennsylvania. life at the Bower during General Stuart's absence. the General's
rliest tidings of the General's successful ride through Pennsylvania, the capture of Chambersburg, and his great seizure of consternation had possessed the burly Dutch farmers of Pennsylvania, and how they groaned in very agony of spirit at seeing e a gratifying proof that he had been thinking of me in Pennsylvania, by bringing back with him an excellent bay horse which of Northern Virginia, I proceeded on an expedition into Pennsylvania with a cavalry force of 1800 men and four pieces of hor imated, and the consternation among property-holders in Pennsylvania was beyond description.
I am specially indebted to Cap vehicles captured in the enemy's country, drawn by fat Pennsylvania horses.
Stuart was, of course, the hero of the occasi produced all over the North by Stuart's expedition into Pennsylvania.
Once more established in quietude at The Bower, we