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Chapter 47: the Maryland line and the Kilpatrick and Dahlgren raid. In February, 1864, an expedition was organized in the Federal Army, of a force of three thou
sly hung him to a tree with a leather strap.
In the winter of 1863-64, the Maryland line, consisting of the Second Infantry, First Cavalry, First, Second, and Thi d, and Colonel Johnson was directed by General Lee to look out for it.
The Maryland line cavalry was extended in a picket line along the Pamunkey to New Kent Cour vet suit and Vandyke collar, and I could not reconcile the two Ulrics.
The Maryland Line, commanded by Colonel Bradley T. Johnson, rendered noble service in the c he Dahlgren raid.
Shortly after this, Colonel Johnson promised me that the Maryland Line should capture a flag for me.
In the following fall, September, 1864, r the captured guidon to me in person, as the performance of the pledge of the Maryland Line to me, with a letter announcing the fulfilment of the promise.