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" ... army toward Burkeville. This deprived us of the use of the railroad, and rendered it impracticable to procure from Danville the supplies ordered to meet us at points of our march. Nothing could be obtained from the adjacent country. Our route to the... "
Fighting by Southern Federals: In which the Author Places the Numerical ... - Page 266
by Charles Carter Anderson - 1912 - 408 pages
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Memoirs of Robert E. Lee: His Military and Personal History, Embracing a ...

Armistead Lindsay Long, Marcus Joseph Wright - Generals - 1886 - 707 pages
...be obtained from the adjacent country. Our route to the Roanoke was therefore changed, and the march directed upon Farmville, where supplies were ordered from Lynchburg. The change of route threw the troops over the roads pursued by the artillery and wagon-trains west of the railroad, which impeded...
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Confederate Military History: A Library of Confederate States History, Volume 3

Clement Anselm Evans - Confederate States of America - 1899
...be obtained from the adjacent country. Our route to the Roanoke was therefore changed, and the march directed upon Farmville, where supplies were ordered from Lynchburg. The change of route threw the troops over the roads pursued by the artillery and wagon trains west of the railroad, which impeded...
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The Thirty-sixth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry ...: An Authentic Record of ...

United States - 1900 - 430 pages
...from the adjacent country. Our route to the Roanoke was therefore changed, and the march directed on Farmville, where supplies were ordered from Lynchburg. The change of route threw the troops over the roads persued by the artillery and wagon-trains west of the railroad, which impeded...
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Robert E. Lee, Man and Soldier

Thomas Nelson Page - United States - 1911 - 734 pages
...obtained from the adjacent country. Our route to the Roanoke was, therefore, changed and the march directed upon Farmville, where supplies were ordered from Lynchburg. The change of route threw the troops over the roads pursued by the artillery and wagon trains west of the railroad, which impeded...
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Robert E. Lee: Man and Soldier

Thomas Nelson Page - United States - 1911 - 734 pages
...obtained from the adjacent country. Our route to the Roanoke was, therefore, changed and the march directed upon Farmville, where supplies were ordered from Lynchburg. The change of route threw the troops over the roads pursued by the artillery and wagon trains west of the railroad, which impeded...
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The novels, stories, sketches and poems of Thomas Nelson Page, Volume 18

Thomas Nelson Page - 1912
...obtained from the adjacent country. Our route to the Roanoke was, therefore, changed, and the march directed upon Farmville, where supplies were ordered from Lynchburg. The change of route threw the troops over the roads pursued by the artillery and wagon trains west of the railroad, which impeded...
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Last Train South: The Flight of the Confederate Government from Richmond

James C. Clark - History - 1997 - 192 pages
...be obtained from the adjacent country. Our route on the Roanoke was therefore changed, and the march directed upon Farmville, where supplies were ordered from Lynchburg. The change of route threw the troops on the roads pursued by the artillery and wagon trains west of the railroad, which impeded...
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Confederate Military History: A Library of Confederate States ..., Volume 3

Clement A. Evans - History - 2004 - 716 pages
...be obtained from the adjacent country. Our route to the Roanoke was therefore changed, and the march directed upon Farmville, where supplies were ordered from Lynchburg. The change of route threw the troops over the roads pursued by the artillery and wagon trains west of the railroad, which 1mpeded...
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Personal Reminiscences of General Robert E. Lee

J. William Jones - History - 2004 - 464 pages
...be obtained from the adjacent country. Our route to the Roanoke was therefore changed, and the march directed upon Farmville, where supplies were ordered from Lynchburg. The change of route threw the troops over the roads pursued by the artillery and wagon trains west of the railroad, which impeded...
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