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" ... 371 here and there to destroy a bridge. Our move would be a challenge to Stuart for a cavalry duel behind Lee's lines, in his own country, but the advantages which it was reasonable to anticipate from the plan being quickly perceived, each division... "
Personal memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, general, United States Army - Page 371
by Philip Henry Sheridan - 1888
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Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army, Volume 1

Philip Henry Sheridan - United States - 1888
...enemy's country, without purpose of fighting more than enough to escape in case of molestation, and 371 here and there to destroy a bridge. Our move would...OPENING OF THE FIGHT AT YELLOW TAVERN — GENERAL CUSTER*S BRILLIANT CHARGE DEATH OF GENERAL STUART — REMOVING TORPEDOES — EXCITEMENT IN RICHMOND...
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One of Custer's Wolverines: The Civil War Letters of Brevet Brigadier ...

James Harvey Kidd - History - 2000 - 241 pages
...Goodall's Tavern, Sheridan encountered Stuart near Yellow Tavern, which prompted Sheridan to comment, "Our move would be a challenge to Stuart for a cavalry duel, behind Lee's lines, in his own country."41 Kidd noted, "General Custer, who was to lead, ordered that the Sixth Michigan move out...
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The Memoirs of General P. H. Sheridan

Philip Henry Sheridan - History - 2007 - 560 pages
...enemy's country, without purpose of fighting more than enough to escape in case of molestation, and here and there to destroy a bridge. Our move would...XIX. THE EXPEDITION STARTS— DESTROYING SUPPLIES— OPENINGOFTHEFIGHTATYELLOWTAVERN— GENERAL OUSTER'S BRHXIANT CHARGE—DEATH OF GENERAL STUART— REMOVING...
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