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ed to the First, but McClellan got authority to change it, and gave that corps to Hooker, sending Reno back to the Ninth ( Official Records, XIX., Pt. II., pp. 197, 198, 279, 349).--J. D. C. (Hooker's) and the Ninth Corps The Ninth Corps, created July 22d, 1862, was composed of the command that Burnside brought from North Carolina.--Editors. (Burnside's, under Reno), constituting the right wing, were assembling. Our formal assignment to the Ninth Corps was made a day or two later. On the 8th, the division was ordered to take the advance and marched to Brookville; on the 9th to Goshen; on the 11th to Ridgeville, and on the 12th, shortly after noon, to Frederick City, being the first to enter that place, and driving out the Confederate rear-guard of cavalry under General Wade Hampton. The insignificant skirmish which occurred there had a considerable influence upon the battle of the 14th, in an indirect way. The enemy's cavalry had been driven from the banks of the Monocacy River
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