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" General Jackson marched by the Furnace and Brock roads, his movement being effectually covered by Fitzhugh Lee's cavalry, under General Stuart in person. As the rear of the train was passing the furnace, a large force of the enemy advanced from Chancellorsville... "
The Chancellorsville Campaign: Fredericksburg to Salem Church - Page 93
by Charles Richardson - 1907 - 124 pages
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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ...

United States. War Department, Fred Crayton Ainsworth - 1889
...brigade, which during the night had been ordered back to Banks' Ford, remained in front of the епешу. Early on the morning of the 2d, General Jackson marched...guard his flank, and upon the approach of the enemy Lieu • tenant-Colonel [JTJ Brown, whose artillery was passing at the time, placed a battery in position...
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The Three Years' Service of the Thirty-third Mass. Infantry Regiment 1862 ...

Adin Ballou Underwood - 1880 - 299 pages
...reports of the rebel commanders on this battle are published in vol. 10, Moore's Reb. Rec. Lee says: "As the rear of the train was passing the furnace,...from Chancellorsville and attempted its capture." The Twenty-Third Georgia had been left to guard the flank. A passing battery was put in position, two...
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The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Volume 2

Jefferson Davis - 1881
...being effectually covered by Fitzhugh Lee's cavalry under General Stuart in person. As the rear of his train was passing the furnace a large force of the...advanced from Chancellorsville and attempted its capture, but this advance was arrested. After a long and fatiguing march General Jackson's leading division...
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The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Volume 2

Jefferson Davis - 1881
...being effectually covered by Fitzhugh Lee's cavalry under General Stuart in person. As the rear of his train was passing the furnace a large force of the...advanced from Chancellorsville and attempted its capture, but this advance was arrested. After a long and fatiguing march General Jackson's leading division...
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History of the One Hundred Forty-first Regiment: Pennsylvania Volunteers ...

David Craft - 1885 - 270 pages
...column, and began to uike prisoners." In describing the operations at this point General Lee says: — "As the rear of the train was passing the furnace,...left the Twenty-Third Georgia regiment under Colonel Best, at this point, to ! guard his flank ; and upon the approach of the enemy I ieutenant-Colonel...
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History of the One Hundred Forty-first Regiment: Pennsylvania Volunteers ...

David Craft - 1885 - 270 pages
...column, and began to take prisr.ner-i." In describing the operations at this point General Lee says: — "As the rear of the train was passing the furnace,...Chancellorsville and attempted its capture. General Jacksen had left the Twenty-Third Georgia regiment under Colonel Best, at this point, to guard his...
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A Short History of the Confederate States of America

Jefferson Davis - 1890 - 505 pages
...movement being effectually covered by Fitzhugh Lee's cavalry under General Stuart. As the rear of his train was passing the Furnace a large force of the...advanced from Chancellorsville and attempted its capture, but this advance was arrested. After a long and fatiguing march General Jackson's leading division,...
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The History of North America, Volume 14

Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe - 1905
...Hooker's position. General Jackson marched on the morning of May 2d by this other road, his rear being covered by Fitzhugh Lee's cavalry under General Stuart in person. As the rear of the train was passing, a large force of the Federals advanced from Chancellorsville and attempted its capture, but a comparatively...
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The Civil War from a Southern Standpoint

William Robertson Garrett, Robert Ambrose Halley - 1905 - 553 pages
...Hooker's position. General Jackson marched on the morning of May 2d by this other road, his rear being covered by Fitzhugh Lee's cavalry under General Stuart in person. As the rear of the train was passing, a large force of the Federals advanced from Chancellorsville and attempted its capture, but a comparatively...
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Congressional Serial Set

1891
...of Wilcox's brigade, which during the night had been ordered back to Banks' Ford, remained iti frout of the enemy. Early on the morning of the 2d, General...left the Twenty-third Georgia Regiment, under Colonel [BF] Best, at this point to guard his flank, and upon the approach of the enemy Lieu tenant-Colonel...
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