No. 6. Lieut. William W. Rowley.

No. 6.

Report of Lieut. William W. Rowley, Twenty-eighth New York Infantry,  Acting Signal Officer, Second Corps.

Hdqrs. Signal Camp, Second Corps, Army of Va.,      
  Fairfax,  August  16, 1862.

      Sir:   I have the honor to report that on Friday, the 8th day of August, 1862, the Second Corps, Army of Virginia, was encamped at Hazel River, 7 miles from Fairfax [Culpeper Court-House], on the Sperryville road.  At this time we held communication with Thoroughfare Mountain and Culpeper, General Pope being at the latter place.  About 1 p. m. a message was sent to General Banks through our lines from General Pope for him to start immediately with his command for Culpeper.   Continue reading “No. 6. Lieut. William W. Rowley.”