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Charles Slack (search for this): chapter 10
e orders for withdrawal. He would now have marched to the heights of Fredericksburg to camp for the winter, but was again negatived in the project by Halleck. Morning reports. 1863. Nov. 12. Serg't G. F. Gould and privates H. Newton, Charles Slack, T. Ellworth, reported to quarters. Bugler Reed at hospital. Nov. 13. Privates Charles Slack, Thomas Ellworth, Hiram Warburton reported for duty. Nov. 14. Private H. Newton and Serg't Gould (?) reported for duty. Nov. 15. Five horsePrivates Charles Slack, Thomas Ellworth, Hiram Warburton reported for duty. Nov. 14. Private H. Newton and Serg't Gould (?) reported for duty. Nov. 15. Five horses unserviceable. Three horses shot by order of Dr. Benson Third Corps Headquarters. Nov. 16. Received 8 horses from Capt. A H. Pierce, Warrenton Junction, Va. Nov. 17. One horse died, one horse condemned and shot, by order Inspector General. Nov. 18. Corporal Currant and privates McAllister, Maxwell and Colbath, reported to quarters. Nov. 19. Corporal Currant and Private Colbath report for duty. Nov. 20. Ten horses condemned and turned over to Capt. L. H. Pierce A. Q. Seven hor
Daniel MacAllister (search for this): chapter 10
ell and Colbath, reported to quarters. Nov. 19. Corporal Currant and Private Colbath report for duty. Nov. 20. Ten horses condemned and turned over to Capt. L. H. Pierce A. Q. Seven horses received from Capt. Pierce. Privates Maxwell and MacAllister report for duty. W. H. Fitzpatrick started tonight on a ten days leave of absence to Boston. Nov. 22. Bugler Joshua T. Reed went to Washington Hospital. Nov. 24. Daniel MacAllister and Wm. G. Donnelly reported to quarters. Orders to mDaniel MacAllister and Wm. G. Donnelly reported to quarters. Orders to move which were countermanded. Nov. 25. Alex. W. Holbrook reported to quarters. Nov. 26. Left Brandy Station for Germania Ford at daylight, via Jacobs Mill Ford. Halted about two miles this side of the Ford about midnight and stopped until daylight. Nov. 27. Moved on at daylight and crossed Germania Ford at 11.30 A. M. Arrived near Robertson's Tavern at 4 o'clock and stopped all night. One mule died on the march. Nov. 28. At 2 o'clock P. M. moved to the left and front of our line
to the heights of Fredericksburg to camp for the winter, but was again negatived in the project by Halleck. Morning reports. 1863. Nov. 12. Serg't G. F. Gould and privates H. Newton, Charles Slack, T. Ellworth, reported to quarters. Bugler Reed at hospital. Nov. 13. Privates Charles Slack, Thomas Ellworth, Hiram Warburton reported for duty. Nov. 14. Private H. Newton and Serg't Gould (?) reported for duty. Nov. 15. Five horses unserviceable. Three horses shot by order of Dr. Benson Third Corps Headquarters. Nov. 16. Received 8 horses from Capt. A H. Pierce, Warrenton Junction, Va. Nov. 17. One horse died, one horse condemned and shot, by order Inspector General. Nov. 18. Corporal Currant and privates McAllister, Maxwell and Colbath, reported to quarters. Nov. 19. Corporal Currant and Private Colbath report for duty. Nov. 20. Ten horses condemned and turned over to Capt. L. H. Pierce A. Q. Seven horses received from Capt. Pierce. Privates Maxwell and
Harmon Newton (search for this): chapter 10
ger, and issued the orders for withdrawal. He would now have marched to the heights of Fredericksburg to camp for the winter, but was again negatived in the project by Halleck. Morning reports. 1863. Nov. 12. Serg't G. F. Gould and privates H. Newton, Charles Slack, T. Ellworth, reported to quarters. Bugler Reed at hospital. Nov. 13. Privates Charles Slack, Thomas Ellworth, Hiram Warburton reported for duty. Nov. 14. Private H. Newton and Serg't Gould (?) reported for duty. NoPrivate H. Newton and Serg't Gould (?) reported for duty. Nov. 15. Five horses unserviceable. Three horses shot by order of Dr. Benson Third Corps Headquarters. Nov. 16. Received 8 horses from Capt. A H. Pierce, Warrenton Junction, Va. Nov. 17. One horse died, one horse condemned and shot, by order Inspector General. Nov. 18. Corporal Currant and privates McAllister, Maxwell and Colbath, reported to quarters. Nov. 19. Corporal Currant and Private Colbath report for duty. Nov. 20. Ten horses condemned and turned over to Capt. L. H. Pier
Joseph H. Currant (search for this): chapter 10
ee horses shot by order of Dr. Benson Third Corps Headquarters. Nov. 16. Received 8 horses from Capt. A H. Pierce, Warrenton Junction, Va. Nov. 17. One horse died, one horse condemned and shot, by order Inspector General. Nov. 18. Corporal Currant and privates McAllister, Maxwell and Colbath, reported to quarters. Nov. 19. Corporal Currant and Private Colbath report for duty. Nov. 20. Ten horses condemned and turned over to Capt. L. H. Pierce A. Q. Seven horses received from CapCorporal Currant and Private Colbath report for duty. Nov. 20. Ten horses condemned and turned over to Capt. L. H. Pierce A. Q. Seven horses received from Capt. Pierce. Privates Maxwell and MacAllister report for duty. W. H. Fitzpatrick started tonight on a ten days leave of absence to Boston. Nov. 22. Bugler Joshua T. Reed went to Washington Hospital. Nov. 24. Daniel MacAllister and Wm. G. Donnelly reported to quarters. Orders to move which were countermanded. Nov. 25. Alex. W. Holbrook reported to quarters. Nov. 26. Left Brandy Station for Germania Ford at daylight, via Jacobs Mill Ford. Halted about two miles this side of the Ford
H. W. Halleck (search for this): chapter 10
ent of Lee would entail a still further advance into the enemy's country; and this, with our supply trains across the river, and the rations of the army now nearly exhausted, was not to be thought of in the hostile month of December. He therefore decided to sacrifice himself, if necessary, rather than continue operations longer, and issued the orders for withdrawal. He would now have marched to the heights of Fredericksburg to camp for the winter, but was again negatived in the project by Halleck. Morning reports. 1863. Nov. 12. Serg't G. F. Gould and privates H. Newton, Charles Slack, T. Ellworth, reported to quarters. Bugler Reed at hospital. Nov. 13. Privates Charles Slack, Thomas Ellworth, Hiram Warburton reported for duty. Nov. 14. Private H. Newton and Serg't Gould (?) reported for duty. Nov. 15. Five horses unserviceable. Three horses shot by order of Dr. Benson Third Corps Headquarters. Nov. 16. Received 8 horses from Capt. A H. Pierce, Warrenton Junct
Henry Jones (search for this): chapter 10
Rapidan, is some miles below Germania Ford. The first streaks of dawn found the Battery on the north side of the river, and by broad daylight the whole army was safely across, the pontoons being then taken up without molestation from the enemy, who by this time, probably, had discovered our departure. December 3d. Meade recrossed the Rapidan last night. This is a greater relief to us than the enemy has any idea of. I hope the campaign is over for the winter.—A Rebel War Clerk's Diary. Jones. After two or three hours rest, and a cup of hot coffee, we started on again. The ear was no longer greeted with sounds of strife, but was soothed by the melodious cooing of the cattle-drivers, or more properly, leaders, for the man in charge of the herd went ahead instead of behind it, and the cattle always yielded to the charm of his voice, even in darkness and in forests, with wonderful readiness. Ten o'clock that night found the Battery strewn along the road quite a distance, as t
Thomas Ellworth (search for this): chapter 10
ithdrawal. He would now have marched to the heights of Fredericksburg to camp for the winter, but was again negatived in the project by Halleck. Morning reports. 1863. Nov. 12. Serg't G. F. Gould and privates H. Newton, Charles Slack, T. Ellworth, reported to quarters. Bugler Reed at hospital. Nov. 13. Privates Charles Slack, Thomas Ellworth, Hiram Warburton reported for duty. Nov. 14. Private H. Newton and Serg't Gould (?) reported for duty. Nov. 15. Five horses unserviceablThomas Ellworth, Hiram Warburton reported for duty. Nov. 14. Private H. Newton and Serg't Gould (?) reported for duty. Nov. 15. Five horses unserviceable. Three horses shot by order of Dr. Benson Third Corps Headquarters. Nov. 16. Received 8 horses from Capt. A H. Pierce, Warrenton Junction, Va. Nov. 17. One horse died, one horse condemned and shot, by order Inspector General. Nov. 18. Corporal Currant and privates McAllister, Maxwell and Colbath, reported to quarters. Nov. 19. Corporal Currant and Private Colbath report for duty. Nov. 20. Ten horses condemned and turned over to Capt. L. H. Pierce A. Q. Seven horses received
Albert N. A. Maxwell (search for this): chapter 10
Third Corps Headquarters. Nov. 16. Received 8 horses from Capt. A H. Pierce, Warrenton Junction, Va. Nov. 17. One horse died, one horse condemned and shot, by order Inspector General. Nov. 18. Corporal Currant and privates McAllister, Maxwell and Colbath, reported to quarters. Nov. 19. Corporal Currant and Private Colbath report for duty. Nov. 20. Ten horses condemned and turned over to Capt. L. H. Pierce A. Q. Seven horses received from Capt. Pierce. Privates Maxwell and MacAlPrivates Maxwell and MacAllister report for duty. W. H. Fitzpatrick started tonight on a ten days leave of absence to Boston. Nov. 22. Bugler Joshua T. Reed went to Washington Hospital. Nov. 24. Daniel MacAllister and Wm. G. Donnelly reported to quarters. Orders to move which were countermanded. Nov. 25. Alex. W. Holbrook reported to quarters. Nov. 26. Left Brandy Station for Germania Ford at daylight, via Jacobs Mill Ford. Halted about two miles this side of the Ford about midnight and stopped until dayl
Charles G. Colbath (search for this): chapter 10
Headquarters. Nov. 16. Received 8 horses from Capt. A H. Pierce, Warrenton Junction, Va. Nov. 17. One horse died, one horse condemned and shot, by order Inspector General. Nov. 18. Corporal Currant and privates McAllister, Maxwell and Colbath, reported to quarters. Nov. 19. Corporal Currant and Private Colbath report for duty. Nov. 20. Ten horses condemned and turned over to Capt. L. H. Pierce A. Q. Seven horses received from Capt. Pierce. Privates Maxwell and MacAllister reporPrivate Colbath report for duty. Nov. 20. Ten horses condemned and turned over to Capt. L. H. Pierce A. Q. Seven horses received from Capt. Pierce. Privates Maxwell and MacAllister report for duty. W. H. Fitzpatrick started tonight on a ten days leave of absence to Boston. Nov. 22. Bugler Joshua T. Reed went to Washington Hospital. Nov. 24. Daniel MacAllister and Wm. G. Donnelly reported to quarters. Orders to move which were countermanded. Nov. 25. Alex. W. Holbrook reported to quarters. Nov. 26. Left Brandy Station for Germania Ford at daylight, via Jacobs Mill Ford. Halted about two miles this side of the Ford about midnight and stopped until daylight. No
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