War of the Rebellion: Serial 070 Page 0596 OPERATIONS IN N.VA., W.VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLIX.

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saw between 400 and 600 of Mosby's and Gilmor's men in Berryville. They have been concentrating there for the purpose of making a raid on the railroad or army trains.

MAX WEBER,

Brigadier-General.

HEADQUARTERS,

Harper's Ferry, June 5, 1864.

Major T. A. MEYSENBURG,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Martinsburg:

The quartermaster informs me that it will be impossible to furnish transportation for the One hundred and forty-eighth Ohio National Guard before 6 o'clock this afternoon. The One hundred and forty-eighth is in readiness to move at a moment's notice.

MAX WEBER,

Brigadier-General.

HEADQUARTERS,

Harper's Ferry, June 5, 1864.

Major T. A. MEYSENBURG,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Martinsburg:

The quartermaster informs me that it will be impossible to furnish transportation for the One hundred and forty-eight Ohio National Guard before 6 o'clock to-morrow morning.

By order of Brigadier General Max Weber:

H. W. PITCHER,

Lieutenant and Aide-de-Camp.

CUMBERLAND, June 5, 1864.

Colonel HIGGINS,

Green Spring:

Have you heard from Mechanicsburg Gap or Captain Hart?

B. F. KELLEY,

Brigadier-General.

CUMBERLAND, June 5, 1864.

Colonel WILKINSON,

New Creek:

Hold the One hundred and thirty-third Regiment Ohio National Guard in readiness to proceed to Washington on the return of the detachment now on scout. Transportation will be in readiness. Have you any news from your front this a.m.?

B. F. KELLEY,

Brigadier-General.

JUNE 5, 1864-11 a.m. (Received 12 m.)

Major-General HALLECK,

Chief of Staff, Washington, D. C.:

The First Maryland Veteran Volunteer Cavalry and Battery D, First Maryland Artillery, leave here this morning to report to General