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Brattons Run (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 44
Doc. 40.-skirmish at South-Fork, Virginia. headquarters, Cincinnati, Nov. 12, 1862. Major-General H. W. halleck, General-in-Chief: General Kelley, on the tenth, attacked Imboden's camp, eighteen miles south of Moorefield, Hardy County, Virginia, routing him completely, killing and wounding many, and capturing his camps, fifty prisoners, a quantity of arms, and a large number of horses, cattle, hogs, wagons, etc. The enemy was entirely dispersed, and fled to the mountains. H. W. Gright, Major-General Commanding. Despatch from General Kelley. Moorefield, Hardy County, Nov. 10, 1862. To Governor Pierpont: I left New-Creek on Saturday morning, the eighth instant, and after a continuous march of twenty-four hours, a distance of about sixty miles, reached Imboden's camp on the South-Fork, eighteen miles south of this place, at half-past 6 o'clock yesterday morning. We attacked him at once and routed him completely, killing and wounding many of the enemy; also capt
Moorefield (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 44
Doc. 40.-skirmish at South-Fork, Virginia. headquarters, Cincinnati, Nov. 12, 1862. Major-General H. W. halleck, General-in-Chief: General Kelley, on the tenth, attacked Imboden's camp, eighteen miles south of Moorefield, Hardy County, Virginia, routing him completely, killing and wounding many, and capturing his camps, fifty prisoners, a quantity of arms, and a large number of horses, cattle, hogs, wagons, etc. The enemy was entirely dispersed, and fled to the mountains. H. W. Gright, Major-General Commanding. Despatch from General Kelley. Moorefield, Hardy County, Nov. 10, 1862. To Governor Pierpont: I left New-Creek on Saturday morning, the eighth instant, and after a continuous march of twenty-four hours, a distance of about sixty miles, reached Imboden's camp on the South-Fork, eighteen miles south of this place, at half-past 6 o'clock yesterday morning. We attacked him at once and routed him completely, killing and wounding many of the enemy; also capt
Cincinnati (Ohio, United States) (search for this): chapter 44
Doc. 40.-skirmish at South-Fork, Virginia. headquarters, Cincinnati, Nov. 12, 1862. Major-General H. W. halleck, General-in-Chief: General Kelley, on the tenth, attacked Imboden's camp, eighteen miles south of Moorefield, Hardy County, Virginia, routing him completely, killing and wounding many, and capturing his camps, fifty prisoners, a quantity of arms, and a large number of horses, cattle, hogs, wagons, etc. The enemy was entirely dispersed, and fled to the mountains. H. W. Gright, Major-General Commanding. Despatch from General Kelley. Moorefield, Hardy County, Nov. 10, 1862. To Governor Pierpont: I left New-Creek on Saturday morning, the eighth instant, and after a continuous march of twenty-four hours, a distance of about sixty miles, reached Imboden's camp on the South-Fork, eighteen miles south of this place, at half-past 6 o'clock yesterday morning. We attacked him at once and routed him completely, killing and wounding many of the enemy; also capt
Hardy County (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 44
Doc. 40.-skirmish at South-Fork, Virginia. headquarters, Cincinnati, Nov. 12, 1862. Major-General H. W. halleck, General-in-Chief: General Kelley, on the tenth, attacked Imboden's camp, eighteen miles south of Moorefield, Hardy County, Virginia, routing him completely, killing and wounding many, and capturing his camps, fifty prisoners, a quantity of arms, and a large number of horses, cattle, hogs, wagons, etc. The enemy was entirely dispersed, and fled to the mountains. H. W. Gright, Major-General Commanding. Despatch from General Kelley. Moorefield, Hardy County, Nov. 10, 1862. To Governor Pierpont: I left New-Creek on Saturday morning, the eighth instant, and after a continuous march of twenty-four hours, a distance of about sixty miles, reached Imboden's camp on the South-Fork, eighteen miles south of this place, at half-past 6 o'clock yesterday morning. We attacked him at once and routed him completely, killing and wounding many of the enemy; also capt
New Creek (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 44
al Kelley, on the tenth, attacked Imboden's camp, eighteen miles south of Moorefield, Hardy County, Virginia, routing him completely, killing and wounding many, and capturing his camps, fifty prisoners, a quantity of arms, and a large number of horses, cattle, hogs, wagons, etc. The enemy was entirely dispersed, and fled to the mountains. H. W. Gright, Major-General Commanding. Despatch from General Kelley. Moorefield, Hardy County, Nov. 10, 1862. To Governor Pierpont: I left New-Creek on Saturday morning, the eighth instant, and after a continuous march of twenty-four hours, a distance of about sixty miles, reached Imboden's camp on the South-Fork, eighteen miles south of this place, at half-past 6 o'clock yesterday morning. We attacked him at once and routed him completely, killing and wounding many of the enemy; also capturing his camp, fifty prisoners, a quantity of arms, three hundred and fifty fat hogs, a large number of horses, cattle, wagons, etc. The infantry
Doc. 40.-skirmish at South-Fork, Virginia. headquarters, Cincinnati, Nov. 12, 1862. Major-General H. W. halleck, General-in-Chief: General Kelley, on the tenth, attacked Imboden's camp, eighteen miles south of Moorefield, Hardy County, Virginia, routing him completely, killing and wounding many, and capturing his camps, fifty prisoners, a quantity of arms, and a large number of horses, cattle, hogs, wagons, etc. The enemy was entirely dispersed, and fled to the mountains. H. W. Gritch from General Kelley. Moorefield, Hardy County, Nov. 10, 1862. To Governor Pierpont: I left New-Creek on Saturday morning, the eighth instant, and after a continuous march of twenty-four hours, a distance of about sixty miles, reached Imboden's camp on the South-Fork, eighteen miles south of this place, at half-past 6 o'clock yesterday morning. We attacked him at once and routed him completely, killing and wounding many of the enemy; also capturing his camp, fifty prisoners, a qua
a quantity of arms, three hundred and fifty fat hogs, a large number of horses, cattle, wagons, etc. The infantry were routed and entirely dispirited, fleeing to the mountains. Their cavalry were, unfortunately for us, away on an expedition, or our success would have been complete. We burnt their camp and returned to this place this evening. I had with me a detachment of the First New-York cavalry, under the command of Colonel McReynolds, the Ringgold cavalry, under the command of Captain Keys, the Washington cavalry, commanded by Captain Greenfield, Rourk's battery, and three companies of the Twenty-third Illinois infantry, under the command of Major Moore. The infantry companies were carried in wagons. My troops cannot be surpassed for patient endurance on the march or for gallant bearing when in action. Our attack was so unexpected and impetuous that our loss is trifling, three or four men slightly and one severely wounded; none killed. B. F. Kelley, Brigadier-General.
Abraham B. Moore (search for this): chapter 44
a quantity of arms, three hundred and fifty fat hogs, a large number of horses, cattle, wagons, etc. The infantry were routed and entirely dispirited, fleeing to the mountains. Their cavalry were, unfortunately for us, away on an expedition, or our success would have been complete. We burnt their camp and returned to this place this evening. I had with me a detachment of the First New-York cavalry, under the command of Colonel McReynolds, the Ringgold cavalry, under the command of Captain Keys, the Washington cavalry, commanded by Captain Greenfield, Rourk's battery, and three companies of the Twenty-third Illinois infantry, under the command of Major Moore. The infantry companies were carried in wagons. My troops cannot be surpassed for patient endurance on the march or for gallant bearing when in action. Our attack was so unexpected and impetuous that our loss is trifling, three or four men slightly and one severely wounded; none killed. B. F. Kelley, Brigadier-General.
B. F. Kelley (search for this): chapter 44
Doc. 40.-skirmish at South-Fork, Virginia. headquarters, Cincinnati, Nov. 12, 1862. Major-General H. W. halleck, General-in-Chief: General Kelley, on the tenth, attacked Imboden's camp, eighteen miles south of Moorefield, Hardy County, Virginia, routing him completely, killing and wounding many, and capturing his camps of horses, cattle, hogs, wagons, etc. The enemy was entirely dispersed, and fled to the mountains. H. W. Gright, Major-General Commanding. Despatch from General Kelley. Moorefield, Hardy County, Nov. 10, 1862. To Governor Pierpont: I left New-Creek on Saturday morning, the eighth instant, and after a continuous marchoore. The infantry companies were carried in wagons. My troops cannot be surpassed for patient endurance on the march or for gallant bearing when in action. Our attack was so unexpected and impetuous that our loss is trifling, three or four men slightly and one severely wounded; none killed. B. F. Kelley, Brigadier-General.
Doc. 40.-skirmish at South-Fork, Virginia. headquarters, Cincinnati, Nov. 12, 1862. Major-General H. W. halleck, General-in-Chief: General Kelley, on the tenth, attacked Imboden's camp, eighteen miles south of Moorefield, Hardy County, Virginia, routing him completely, killing and wounding many, and capturing his camps, fifty prisoners, a quantity of arms, and a large number of horses, cattle, hogs, wagons, etc. The enemy was entirely dispersed, and fled to the mountains. H. W. Gright, Major-General Commanding. Despatch from General Kelley. Moorefield, Hardy County, Nov. 10, 1862. To Governor Pierpont: I left New-Creek on Saturday morning, the eighth instant, and after a continuous march of twenty-four hours, a distance of about sixty miles, reached Imboden's camp on the South-Fork, eighteen miles south of this place, at half-past 6 o'clock yesterday morning. We attacked him at once and routed him completely, killing and wounding many of the enemy; also cap
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