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The Federal push reached Bunker Hill, nine miles from Winchester, where Patterson encamped until the seventeenth. On that date he made a move to his left toward Smithfield. Johnston did not respond, instead acting on orders he had received on July 18 directing him to move his forces to assist General Beauregard, who was facing the advance of Brig. Gen. Irvin McDowell's army toward Manassas Junction. Stuart and the 1st Virginia were ordered to screen Johnston's movement and, if Page 19 possible, rejoin the army at Manassas.

4 The last officer whose letters are included in this volume served Stuart Page xvi in the capacity of assistant engineer. Francis "Frank" Smith Robertson, a descendant of Pocahontas, was born in Richmond, Virginia, on January 3, 1841. He was attending the University of Virginia when the war broke out. He had earlier demonstrated his political beliefs by helping to organize the "Sons of Liberty," a military company made up of students at the university. His first attempt to join a proper military unit, the Richmond Howitzers, ended when his father made him remove his name from the rolls.

After a year, with his father's permission, he abandoned his law studies and journeyed to Europe to study literature and languages. Price's service in the war did not begin immediately, as he was still in Europe studying when the war broke out. He returned in December 1862, and reported to Stuart in February. His commission in the engineers was dated April 5, 1863, to rank from March 17. That he hated army life is very evident in the few diary entries that have survived. Unfortunately, he at first also wrote negatively of Stuart, a fact that came to light when his diary was "captured" and portions of it published in the New York Times.

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