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Doc. 10.-fight at Beverly's Ford, Va. National accounts. in bivouac at Bealeton, Va., Orange and Alexandria Railroad, Tuesday Evening, June 9, 1863. this has truly been an exciting day. An hour since I sent you the mere skeleton of the day's operations, which scarcely affords any idea of the extent or character of our achievements. I informed you by letter on Monday what might be expected to-day, and I have now the result to record. About the middle of last week, information o
ward toward Culpeper on roads converging at Brandy Station, where a junction of the forces was to be formed, or sooner if necessary.
On Monday evening, therefore, Gen. Buford's column left Warrenton Junction, and followed by General Ames from Bealeton, bivouacked for the night near the Bowen mansion, about one mile from Beverly's Ford. General Gregg, taking his own and Colonel Dufie's command, moved to the left from the Junction, and encamped for the night in close proximity to Kelly's Ford,