APRIL 29-MAY 7, 1863.-The Stoneman Raid.
SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS.
April 29, 1863.-Skirmishers near Kellysville, Brandy Station, and Stevensburg.
30, 1863. -Skirmish at Raccoon Ford.
May 1, 1863. -Skirmish at Rapidan Station.
2, 1863. -Skirmish near Louisa Court-House.
3, 1863. -Skirmish at South Anna Bridge, near Ashland.
4, 1863. -Skirmishes at Flemmings' [Shannon's] Cross-Roads,
Tunstall's Station, and Ashland Church.
5, 1863. -Skirmish at Thompson's Cross-Roads.
7.1863. -Stoneman's command recrosses Raccoon Ford.
No. 1.-Major General George Stoneman, U. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Corps,
Army of the Potomac.
No. 2.-Lieutenant Co. Charles G. Sawtelle, U. S. Army, Chief Quartermaster.
No. 3.-Captain Wesley Merritt, Second U. S. Cavalry, Ordnance and
No. 4.-Brigadier General William W. Averell, U. S. Army, commanding Second Cavalry Division.
No. 5.-Brigadier General David McM. Gregg, U. S. Army, commanding Third Cavalry
No. 6.-Colonel Judson Kilkpatrick, Second New York Cavalry, commanding
No. 7.-Colonel Percy Wyndham, First New Jersey Cavalry, commanding
No. 8.-Lieutenant Colonel Hasbrouck Davis, Twelfth Illinois Cavalry.
No. 9.-Brigadier General John Buford, U. S. Army, commanding Reserve Brigade.
No. 10.-Captain Richard S. C. Lord, First U. S. Cavalry.
No. 11.-Captain James E. Harrison, Fifth U. S. Cavalry.
No. 12.-Captain Thomas Drummond, Fifth U. S. Cavalry.
No. 13.-Captain James M. Robertson, Second U. S. Artillery, commanding
Horse Artillery, including operations April 13-May 10.
No. 14.-Brigadier General W. H. F. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Brigade.
No. 1. Report of Major General George Stoneman, U. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac.
HDQRS. CAVALRY CORPS, ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, May 13, 1863.
GENERAL: For the information of the major-general commanding the Army of the Potomac, I have the honor to make the following report of the operations of the Cavalry Corps under my command, from April 27 to the present time:*
On April 27, I then at Warrenton Junction, with the corps encamped along the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, received a telegram directing me with my commanders to meet some persons from
*See also correspondence between Butterfield and Stoneman, May 12 and 13, in "Correspondence, etc.," Part II.
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