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Longstreet crossed the river on our right at [ ? ] Ford ; Gen . Stuart and his cavalry
crossed at [ ? ] ... they opened a severe cannonading showing that they intended
to defend the R . R . bridge crossing , but we moved up cavalry , infantry and ...
The infantry commenced crossing the river at 1 A . M . to - day — Longstreet first
crossing the pontoon and A . P . Hill behind him leaving a rear guard . ... The
enemy fired his artillery at our cavalry after they had crossed at Williamsport .
We went to Martinsburg and encamped near there ; the enemy crossed the river .
Rodes and Ramseur encamped on Dry Run . Breckinridge at Tuscarora . Cavalry
went to opposite Williamsport . Hd . Qrs . in Col . Faulkner ' s yard ; against his ...
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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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