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Chapter 8: Meade and Lee's game of strategy Brigade headquarters attacked by Moseby the battle of Rappahannock Station Adjt. Gen. R. P. Wilson the importance of the victory Mine Run General Bartlett visits the regiment his speech life in winter quarters at Hazel Run This time however there was no long delay t
w Baltimore five miles distant from the rest of the corps where it remained for some time.
Its location rendered picketing necessary on all sides of the camp, as Moseby with his guerrillas was known to be in the vicinity.
An attack was made which Comrade Beckwith graphically describes.
On Sept. 4, a squad of Rebel cavalry bro t the man on picket and one of the band were wounded.
Two attempts were made to capture some of the guerrillas, but without success.
In one of these expeditions Moseby's home was visited, located on the side of the mountain between Thoroughfare Gap and the New Baltimore Pike; and some of his turkeys were captured, but severely