War of the Rebellion: Serial 070 Page 0170 OPERATIONS IN N, VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLIX.

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July 6, 1864.-Skirmish at Sir John's Run, W. Va.

Skirmish at Big Cacapon Bridge, W. Va.

Affair at the Antietam, Md.

Capture of Hagerstown, Md.

7, 1864.-Skirmish at Middletown, Md.

Affair at Brownsville, Md.

Affair at Hager's (or Catoctin) Mountain, Md.

Affair at Solomon's Gap, Md.

Skirmish at Frederick, Md.

7-8, 1864.-The Third Division, Sixth Army Corps, arrives at Baltimore, Md.

8, 1864.-Brigadier General Albion P. Howe, U. S. Army, supersedes Major General Franz Sigel in command at Harper's Ferry.

Skirmish at Antietam Brigade, Md.

Skirmish at Frederick, Md.

Skirmish at Sandy Hook, Md.

9, 1864.-Battle of the Monocacy, Md.

Skirmish at Urbana, Md.

10, 1864.-Skirmish near Nonocacy, Md.

Skirmish at Rockville, Md.

Burning of the Gunpowder Brigade, Md.

11, 1864.-District of Columbia militia called into service of the United States.

Major General Edward O. C. Ord, U. S. Army, assigned to command of the Eighth Army Corps and of the troops in the Middle Department.

Major General Quincy A. Gillmore, U. S. Army, assigned to command of detachment of the Nineteenth Army Corps in the Department of Washington.

Skirmish at Frederick, Md.

Skirmish near Fort Stevens, D. C.

Capture of trains at Magnolia, Md.

11-12, 1864.-The First and Second Divisions, Sixth Army Corps, and advanced detachment of Nineteenth Army Corps, arrive at Washington, D. C.

12, 1864.-The Governor of New Jersey calls out volunteers.

Action near Fort Stevens and skirmishes along the northern defenses of Washington, D. C.

13, 1864.-Major General Horatio G. Wright, U. S. Army, assigned to command of all the forces moving against the enemy in retreat from Washington.

Brigadier General William H. Emory, assigned to command of the Nineteenth Army Corps.

Affair at Rockville, Md.

14, 1864.-Major General Lewis Wallace, U. S. Army, resumes command of the Eight Army Corps.

Affair at Poolesville, Md.

15-16, 1864.-Skirmish near Hillsborough, Va.

16, 1864.-Capture of Confederate wagon train near Purcellville, Va.

Skirmish at Wood Grove, Va.

17-18, 1864.-Engagement at Snicker's Ferry, or Parker's Ford, Va.

18, 1864.-President Lincoln calls for 500,000 volunteers.

Affair at Kabletown, W. Va.

19, 1864.-Skirmish at Ashby's Gap, Va.

Engagement at Berry's Ford, Va.