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Doc. 85.-evacuation of Manassas, Va. March 11, 1862. The correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer gives the following
railroad has been built in nearly a direct line from Manassas Junction to Centreville, crossing Bull Run at Blackburn's Ford round Washington, and have been so for some time.
About noon Gens. McClellan and McDowell, with their e last of the rebels had fled from Bull Run, and even Manassas Junction ; that a daring squad of Federal cavalry — hearing of d indeed assured us of their last night's presence at Manassas Junction, and of the departure of the last of the rebels.
So erals, we speedily reached the still-burning ruins at Manassas Junction.
I send you maps of that locality, and of the whole I must hasten to a close.
Suffice it to say that at Manassas Junction everything was ruin and ravage.
The torch had been a .
It has swept clean every camp, except the few at Manassas Junction, whence its rear-guard evidently departed in hastened
Bloody Run, Bedford County, Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): chapter 88
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