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According to the author's son, who copied the manuscript for publication in 1899, 9th Virginia Cavalry regimental commander Brigadier-General R. L. T. Beale wrote it in 1865, and the draft was found among Beale's papers after his death in 1893. The 9th Virginia Cavalry served with Stuart in the ANV throughout the war and was part of the brigade commanded by Rooney Lee, John R. Chambliss, and finally its regimental commander (Beale). Beale's account intersperses descriptions of combat with the more ironic side of the war, such as his unit's capture of Pope's personal baggage. He provides a detailed, if dry, history of his regiment's actions during the war.