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Page 2 OPERATIONS IN N. VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLIX.

May 22, 1864.- Skirmish at Front Royal, Va.

24, 1864.- Skirmish near Charlestown, W. Va.

Skirmish near Lewisburg, W. Va.

26-June 29, 1864.- The Lynchburg Campaign.

29, 1864.- Skirmish at Hamlin, W. Va.

Skirmish at Middleburg, Va.

29-30, 1864.- Skirmishes at Newtown, Va.

30-June 20, 1864.- Morgan's raid into Kentucky.*

June 6, 1864.- Skirmish near Moorefield, W. Va.

9, 1864.- Affair in Loundon County, Va.

10, 1864.- Skirmish near Kabletown, W. Va.

Affair at Newport, Va.

11, 1864.- Skirmish near Midway, Va.

11-21, 1864.- Expedition from Point Lookout, Md., to Pope's Creek, Va.

12, 1864.- Skirmish at Cedar Creek, Va.

16, 1864.- Skirmish at Spencer, W. Va.

19, 1864.- Affair near Petersburg, W. Va.

23-24, 1864.- Skirmishes near Falls Church and Centerville, Va.

23-August 3, 1864.- Operations in the Shenandoah Valley, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.

26, 1864.- Skirmishes at Wire Bridge and Springfield, W. Va.

29, 1864.- Skirmishes at Charlestown and Duffie's Station, W. Va.

July 2, 1864.- Brigadier General George Crook, U. S. Army, assumes command of all U. S. forces in Department of West Virginia west of the Alleghanies and south of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

4, 1864.- Skirmish at Frankford, W. Va.

6, 1864.- Action at Mount Zion Church, near Aldie, Va.

15, 1864.- Affair at Accotink, Va.

18-21, 1864.- Scout from Falls Church, Va.

20, 1864.- Skirmish at Philomont, Va.

26, 1864.- Scout toward Rapidan Station, Va.

Skirmish at Muddy Branch, Md.

MAY 1-AUGUST 3, 1864.- Mosby's Operations.

Report of Lieutenant Colonel John S. Mosby, Forty-third Virginia Cavalry Battalion.

SEPTEMBER 11, 1864.

COLONEL: I have the honor to submit for the information of the commanding general the following brief report of the operations of this command since the 1st day March last:+

About May 1, with a party of ten men, I captured 8 of Sigel's wagons near Bunker Hill, in the Valley, but was only able to bring off the horses attached (34 in number) and about 20 prisoners. The horses and prisoners were sent back, while with another detachment


* For reports, &c., see Vol. XXXIX.

+ For portion here omitted, see Vol. XXIII, p. 248.


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