No. 1. Maj. Gen. John Pope.

No. 1.

Reports of Maj. Gen. John Pope,  U.  S.  Army, commanding the Army of Virginia, with congratulatory orders.*

Headquarters Army of Virginia,      
Near Cedar Creek, August  10, 1862 —5.45 a.m.

     The enemy crossed the Rapidan day before yesterday, and yesterday advanced in heavy force against Culpeper.   Their advance under Ewell had a very severe engagement yesterday with Banks’ corps, in which the loss was heavy on both sides without decisive results. Continue reading “No. 1. Maj. Gen. John Pope.”

No. 11. Brig. Gen. Christopher C. Augur.

No. 11.

Report of Brig. Gen. Christopher C. Augur, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division.

Washington, D.C.,   September  10, 1862. 

      Major:     I desire respectfully to submit the following report of the operations of my division in the battle of Cedar Mountain up to 7 o’clock p. m., the time I was wounded and left the field: Continue reading “No. 11. Brig. Gen. Christopher C. Augur.”

No. 19. Brig. Gen. Henry Prince.

No. 19.

Report Brig. Gen. Henry Prince, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade.

Washington,  November 10, 1862.

      Sir:     A prisoner of war, detained util recently, I have not had an opportunity before to report the part taken by my brigade in the battle of Cedar Mountain, Culpeper, Va., August 9, 1862.  I respectfully request permission to do so now. Continue reading “No. 19. Brig. Gen. Henry Prince.”