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Ashby directed them to cease firing and went forward to reconnoitre ; just at that
time he was shot , it is supposed by one of our men mistaking him for a Yankee .
So fell the gallant General Turner Ashby ; a loss irreparable . " We were at Dr ...
We attacked the Yankee cavalry encamped near Weyer ' s Cave and drove them
away from between Middle and South Rivers , and also from the vicinity of Port
Republic , giving them some help with our artillery as they went toward ...
full retreat toward Cedar Creek . The artillery nobly fell back fighting and kept the
enemy in check , and everything was getting off well , when Rosser , having
fallen back , the Yankee cavalry crossed by Hite ' s old mill and came up to
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I found this to be quite an unusual book, but if you are interested in cartography in the nineteenth century, very interesting indeed. Hotchkiss wasn't a mapping professional at the start of the war ... Read full review
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