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" The cavalry engagement of the 12th was by far the most brilliant one of the present campaign. The enemy's loss was very heavy. They lost the following named officers in killed and wounded -—Col. "
THE HISTORY OF DETROIT AND MICHIGAN - Page 1052
by SILAS FARMER - 1889
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The History, Civil, Political and Military, of the Southern ..., Volume 3

Orville James Victor - United States - 1861
...and generally al such points as were inaccessible to us. " The cavalry engagement of the 12th was br far the most brilliant one of the present campaign ''The enemy's loss was very heavy. My loss in killed and wounded will he about five hundred and seventy-live ui this number four hundred and ninety...
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The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of ..., Volume 4; Volume 1864

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1865
...quality, and generallv at such points as were inaccessible to us. The cavalry engagement of the 12th where the issue had They lost the following named officers in killed and wounded : — Col. McAllister, commanding a regiment,...
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The American Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1865
...quality, and generally at such points as were inaccessible to us. The cavalry engagement of the 12th was by far the most brilliant one of the present campaign. The enemy' s loss was very heavy. They lost the following named officers in killed and wounded : — Col....
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events: Embracing ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1865
...quality, and generally at such points as were inaccessible to us. The cavalry engagement of the 12th was by far the most brilliant one of the present campaign. The enemy's loss was very heavy. They lost the following named officers in killed and wounded : — Col. McAllister, commanding a regiment,...
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The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of ..., Volume 4; Volume 1864

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1865
...have now with me three Hundred and seventy prisoners of war, including twenty commissioned officers. My loss in captured will not exceed one hundred and sixty. They were principally from the 5th Michigan cavalry. This regiment gallantly charged down the Gordonsville...
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THE RED BOOK OF MICHIGAN

CHARLES LANMAN - 1871
...the action at Trevillian Station, June llth and 12th, 1864, says: "The cavalry engagement of the 12th was by far the most brilliant one of the present campaign....was very heavy. My loss in captured will not exceed 160. They were principally from the 5th Michigan cavalry. This regiment gallantly charged down the...
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Michigan in the War, Volumes 1-3

Michigan. Adjutant-General's Dept - Michigan - 1880 - 996 pages
...the action at Trevillian Station June llth and 12, 18G4, sajs : " The cavalry engagement of the I2th was by far the most brilliant one of the present campaign....was very heavy. My loss in captured will not exceed 160. They were principally from the 5th Michigan Cavalry. This regiment gallantly charged down the...
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Michigan in the War

Michigan. Adjutant-General's Department - Michigan - 1882 - 1039 pages
...1864, says : " The cavalry engagement of tho 12th was by far the most brilliant one of the presen', campaign. The enemy's loss was very heavy. My loss In captured will not exceed lt>0 They were principally from the 5th Michigan Cavalry. This regiment gallantly chargevl down the...
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Detroit--biographical sketches--D. Bethune Duffield, James McMillan, Russell ...

Walter Buell - 1886 - 19 pages
...engagement of the elcventhjand twelfth was by far the most brilliant one of the present c.impaign. The enemy's loss was very heavy. My loss in captured...the Fifth Michigan cavalry. This regiment, Colonel Russel A. Alger commanding, gallantly charged down the Gordonsvillc road capturing fifteen hundred...
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history of the city of grand rapids michigan

albert baxyer - 1891
...by far the most brilliant one of the campaign. The enemy's loss was very heavy. My loss in capture will not exceed one hundred and sixty. They are principally...down the Gordonville road, capturing 1,500 horses and 800 prisoners, but were finally surrounded and had to give them up. During the winter of 1863 and 1864...
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