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July 21st, 1861 AD (search for this): chapter 88
road to Sudley Mill, and crossing the turnpike in the vicinity of Groveton, halted near the battle-field on the twenty-first of July, 1861. Ewell's and Hill's divisions joined Jackson's on the twenty-eighth. My command had hardly concentrated northria turnpike, pursuing the Old Military road to Sudley Mills, and at daylight halted on the battle-field of the twenty-first of July, 1861. The Second brigade, under the command of Colonel Bradley Johnson, was thrown forward to Groveton; the Third, which was the most advanced point reached by our infantry, and near the hill where Bee and Bartow fell, on the twenty-first July, 1861, the first battle of Manassas. The list of casualties of the three brigades having been previously forwarded, red to the front, when we arrived nearly upon the spot where my command had stood for hours during the battle of July twenty-first, 1861. We found a company of the enemy's cavalry, and Lieutenant-Colonel Watts was ordered to charge them with one sq
August 20th, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 88
ned over the command to Colonel Strong, Sixth Louisiana. Our loss was twenty-four killed and forty-one wounded. Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, H. Forno, Colonel Fifth Louisiana Regiment. Report of Brigadier-General Robertson of Second battle of Manassas. in camp, near Garysburg, N. C., October 12, 1862. Assistant Adjutant-General, Headquarters Cavalry Division, A. N. V.: sir: In obedience to orders from your headquarters, early on the morning of the twentieth of August, 1862, I crossed the Rapidan River, at Tobacco Creek Ford, with a portion of my brigade, consisting of the Sixth, Seventh, and Twelfth regiments of Virginia cavalry. Encountering the enemy's pickets between Stevensburg, in the County of Culpeper, and Brandy Station, on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, in force, a spirited attack by Colonel W. E. Jones, commanding First Virginia cavalry, was immediately made, driving in their outpost to their reserve. Heavy skirmishing on both sides t
August 16th, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 88
on on the Charles City border, where the enemy's demonstrations left us in some doubt about his intentions; Fitz Lee's brigade, at Hanover Court-House, (where also were my headquarters,) and a battery of horse artillery to each. On the sixteenth of August, 1862, in pursuance of the commanding General's (R. E. Lee) secret instructions, I put this brigade on the march for the vicinity of Raccoon Ford, near which point the army under his command was rapidly concentrating. General Fitzhugh Lee wasand that the call does not include the Cedar Run or Slaughter Mountain campaign, which this brigade, as part of your division, made under Major-General (now Lieutenant-General) Jackson. crossing the Rappahannock. On Saturday, the sixteenth of August, 1862, the second brigade, (Gregg's, now under my command,) A. P. Hill's light division, moved from its bivouac, between Gordonsville and Orange Court-House, to Crenshaw's farm, near the Rapidan river, where it remained until the twentieth of
August 13th, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 88
move, and sends the following to General Jackson: General Longstreet is advancing; look out for and protect his left flank. (Signed,) General Lee. General Lee having moved his headquarters, I also removed the signal station. J. L. Bartlett. Report of Captain J. K. Boswell. headquarters Second army corps, February 12, 1863. Colonel C. J. Faulkner, Chief of Staff to Lieutenant-General Jackson: Colonel: I have the honor to report, that on the evening of the thirteenth August, 1862, having just returned from Clarke's Mountain, a very elevated point, three miles east of Rapidan Station, I reported to Major-General Jackson the following as being the position of the enemy's forces on the opposite side of the Rapidan. The main body encamped around the slopes of Garnett's and Slaughter's Mountains; one division one mile north of Culpeper Court-House, on the Brandy Station road, and a small force between Mitchell's Station and Lime Church. General Jackson then dir
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