1 page, 8vo. VIVID BATTLE REPORT: "General Hatch reports that Co. B., 5th New York Cavalry was on picket duty at the Rapidan Bridge leading to Madison. Colonel Brodhead 1st Michigan Cavalry has been driven back from Orange to Rapidan Station swimming his horses across the River at day break. He neglected to give notice of his return movement or his messengers were cut off. The company got no order to move and were captured at 3 p.m. 18th instant. This is General Hatch's account. I will communicate with Generals McDowell and Siegel as you direct." -- BANKS. ALS ("N. P. Banks") to Gen. Pope, Near Washington, 21 July 9 a.m. [1862]. 2 pp., 8vo. INTELLIGENCE OF JACKSON'S VALLEY CAMPAIGN: "The first report of Jackson's force at Louisa Court House came from General Hatch. It was reported among the People. A man named Whitlock had been sent towards Richmond two weeks since by General Geary & returned while Hatch was near Madison & was taken up by his scouts. Whitlock left Richmond last Thursday went by way of Lynchburg to Charlottesville into our lines....They did not talk at all of Jacksons entering the Valley again. His object was to threaten Washington to draw troops from McClellan etc. -- POPE, John (1822-1892), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("Jno. Pope") to Edwin M. Stanton, Milwaukee, 21 September 1864. 1 page, 4to., stationery of Head-Quarters, Department of the Northwest. A letter of recommendation for R. R. McCaine for appointment as Commisary of Subsistence. McCaine had served as a "confidential cypher operator" in the Military Telegraph Corps under Pope. Together three items. (3) " /> BANKS, Nathaniel P. (1816-1894), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("N. P. Banks") to Gen. Pope, Near Washington, 9 a.m., 21 July [1862]. <I>1 page, 8vo</I>. VIVID BATTLE REPORT: "General Hatch reports that Co. B., 5th New York Cavalry was on picket duty at the Rapidan Bridge leading to Madison. Colonel Brodhead 1st Michigan Cavalry has been driven back from Orange to Rapidan Station swimming his horses across the River at day break. He neglected to give notice of his return movement or his messengers were cut off. The company got no order to move and were captured at 3 p.m. 18th instant. This is General Hatch's account. I will communicate with Generals McDowell and Siegel as you direct." -- BANKS. ALS ("N. P. Banks") to Gen. Pope, Near Washington, 21 July 9 a.m. [1862]. <I>2 pp., 8vo</I>. INTELLIGENCE OF JACKSON'S VALLEY CAMPAIGN: "The first report of Jackson's force at Louisa Court House came from General Hatch. It was reported among the People. A man named Whitlock had been sent towards Richmond two weeks since by General Geary & returned while Hatch was near Madison & was taken up by his scouts. Whitlock left Richmond last Thursday went by way of Lynchburg to Charlottesville into our lines....They did not talk at all of Jacksons entering the Valley again. His object was to threaten Washington to draw troops from McClellan etc. -- POPE, John (1822-1892), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("Jno. Pope") to Edwin M. Stanton, Milwaukee, 21 September 1864. <I>1 page, 4to., stationery of Head-Quarters, Department of the Northwest</I>. A letter of recommendation for R. R. McCaine for appointment as Commisary of Subsistence. McCaine had served as a "confidential cypher operator" in the Military Telegraph Corps under Pope. <I>Together three items</I>. (3) | Christie's