amp, No. 36, commanded by Colonel T. D. Gold, of Berryville; Stover Camp, No. 20, from Strasburg, Va., Captain R. D. Funkhouser, commander; Turner Ashby Camp, Winchester, Va., Lieutenant Hottell, commander; and the William Richardson Camp, of this place, commander, Colonel Giles Cook, Jr. These camps were well represented, and made Sheridan, who was 200 miles away:
City Point, August 16th, 1864—1.30 P. M. (Received at 6.30 A. M., August 17th.) Major-General Sheridan, Commanding, &c., Winchester, Va.
* * The families of most of Mosby's men are known and can be collected.
I think they should be taken and kept at Fort Mc- Henry, or some secure place as hhis campaign against Mosby's men.
Among the first of these orders was the following:
City Point, Aug. 16, 1864, 1:30 P. M. Maj.-Gen. Sheridan, Comd., &c., Winchester, Va.:
The families of most of Mosby's men are known and can be collected.
I think they should be taken and kept at Fort McHenry, or some secure place, as host