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Volume XLVI - in Three Parts. 1894-1895. (Vol. 46, Chap. 58)
Winchester, Va., March 13, 1865.
(Received 2.35 p. m.)
Major-General Halleck :
Information is received from Charleston, W. Va., to the effect that McCausland, with about 1,800 men collected at Lewisburg and Union, was to move after Sheridan Tuesday last. They were detained by high water from moving earlier. A rebel colonel came into the lines at Charleston yesterday, and says 200 of his regiment are in the mountains and will come. in.
WINFD S. HANCOCK,
From my own notes:
8/22/64 Richmond, Ransom to Gen Cooper-Having just left the command of the Cavalry of the Valley & knowing its condition, I have the honor to make the following suggestions in order to assist in having it brought to anything like a state of efficiency:
The command now consists of five Brigades with strength shown: