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Hancock who had the lead had marched easterly to Guiney's Station, on the Fredericksburg Railroad, thence southerly to Bowling Green and Milford.
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Warren followed on the morning of the 21st, and reached Guiney's Station that night without molestation.
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I had my headquarters near the 6th corps, at Guiney's Station, and the enemy's cavalry was between us and Hancock.
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By the morning of the 22d Burnside and Wright were at Guiney's Station.
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Wright's corps was still back at Guiney's Station.
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And by and by, when the Duke of York and we had done, and Wren brought into the closet Captain Cox and James Temple About business of the Guiney Company, and talking something of the Duke of Buckingham's concernment therein, and says the Duke of York, "I will give the Devil his due, as they say the Duke of Buckingham hath paid in his money to the Company," or something of that kind, wherein he would do right to him.
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Examples of Guiney

Example #1
He was at Milford by the night of the 21st.
Example #2
Our course was south, and we took all roads leading in that direction which would not separate the army too widely.
Example #3
Burnside and Wright were retained at Spottsylvania to keep up the appearance of an intended assault, and to hold Lee, if possible, while Hancock and Warren should get start enough to interpose between him and Richmond.
Example #4
They were speedily driven away, and several hundred captured.
Example #5
There was a slight attack on Burnside's and Wright's corps as they moved out of their lines; but it was easily repulsed.
Example #6
Burnside was to take the Telegraph Road; but finding Stanard's Ford, over the Po, fortified and guarded, he turned east to the road taken by Hancock and Warren without an attempt to dislodge the enemy.