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... not find him so obtained a guide and went up and ascertained the position of
the enemy ' s pickets , the crossings of the river , etc . As I could not go far enough
up on the Md . side I came back to the Va . side and went up to Terrapin Neck .
L . told him that Hooker was intending to advance ; would have done so on Friday
but for the rain , and that all the enemy was this side of Potomac Creek . Gen .
Lee came over to our Hd . Qrs . Boswell went away with Dr . McIlhenny for the ...
lines of battle fell on the enemy ' s rear at Talley ' s , at precisely 6 o ' clock , and
after an infantry fight on our side , of 32 minutes , the enemy using infantry and
artillery , we routed them and drove them completely from the field and some
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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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