War of the Rebellion: Serial 002 Page 0300 Chapter IX. OPERATIONS IN MD., PA., VA., AND W. VA.

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private property, and to send back to the farm the negroes his troops brought away.

D. S. MILES,

Colonel Second Infantry, Commanding Fifth Division.

JULY 15, 1861.

JULY 16-22, 1861.- The Bull Run, or Manassas, Campaign, Virginia.

SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS.

July 16, 1861.-Advance of the Union Army.

17.-Skirmish at Fairfax Court-House.

Skirmish at Vienna.

Confederate Army retires to line of Bull Run.

18.-Action at Blacksburn's Ford.

Skirmish at Mitchell's Ford.

18-21, 1861.-Confederate forces under General Johnston re-enforce General Beauregard.

21, 1861.-Battle of Bull Run, or Manassas.

21, 22, 1861.-Retreat of the Union Army.

REPORTS, ETC.*

Numbers 1.-Brigadier General Irvin McDowell, commanding U. S. forces, of operations, July 16-20, with orders for movements, and return of troops.

Numbers 2.-Colonel Orlando B. Willcox, First Michigan Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, Third Division, of skirmish at Fairfax Court-House.

Numbers 3.-Brigadier General Daniel Tyler, Connecticut Militia, commanding First Division, of action at Blackburn's Ford.

Numbers 4.-Colonel Israel B. Richardson, Second Michigan Infantry, commanding Fourth Brigade, First Division, of action at Blackburn's Ford.

Numbers 5.-Organization of the Union Army, July 21, 1861.

Numbers 6.-Brigadier General Irvin McDowell, U. S. Army, commanding United States forces.

Numbers 7.-Major John G. Barnard, U. S. Corps of Engineers, Chief of Engineers.

Numbers 8.-Captain Daniel P. Woodbury, U. S. Corps of Engineers.

Numbers 9.-Lieutenant Frederick E. Prime, U. S. Corps of Engineers.

Numbers 10.-Captain Henry F. Clarke, commissary of subsistence, U. S. Army, of the subsistence of the Army from July 15 to 21.

Numbers 11.-Lieutenant George Bell, acting commissary of subsistence, U. S. Army, of the subsistence of the Army from July 16 to 22.

Numbers 12.-Lieutenant James Curtis, acting commissary of subsistence, U. S. Army, of the subsistence of the Army from July 16 to 22.

Numbers 13.-Lieutenant John P. Hawkins, acting commissary of subsistence, U. S. Army, of the subsistence of the Army from July 16 to 22. Numbers 14.-Surg. William S. King, U. S. Army, Medical Director.

Numbers 15.-Major William F. Barry, Fifth U. S. Artillery, Chief of Artillery.

Numbers 16.-Brigadier General Daniel Tyler, Connecticut Militia, commanding First Division.

Numbers 17.-Colonel Erasmus D. Keyes, Eleventh U. S. Infantry, commanding First Brigade First Division.

Numbers 18.-Colonel Charles D. Jameson, Second Maine Infantry.

Numbers 19.-Brigadier General Robert C. Scheck, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade, First Division.

Numbers 20.-Captain J. H. Carlisle, Second U. S. Artillery.

Numbers 21.-Lieutenant John M. Wilson, Second U. S. Artillery.

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*Relating specially to the battle of Bull Run, when not otherwise indicated.

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