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" It was evident that a direct attack upon the enemy would be attended with great difficulty and loss, in view of the strength of his position and his superiority of numbers. It was therefore resolved to endeavor to turn his right flank, and gain his rear,... "
The Chancellorsville Campaign: Fredericksburg to Salem Church - Page 93
by Charles Richardson - 1907 - 124 pages
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The Rebellion Record

Frank Moore - 1867
...therefore resolved to endeavor to turn his right flank, and gain his rear, leaving a force in front to bold him in check and conceal the movement. The execution...exception of Wilcox's brigade, which during the night liad been ordered back to Banks's Ford, remained in front of the enemy. Early on the morning of the...
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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
...therefore, resolved to endeavor to turn his right flank and gain his rear, leaving a force in front to hold him in check and conceal the movement. The...ordered back to Banks' Ford, remained in front of the епешу. Early on the morning of the 2d, General Jackson marched by the Furnace and Brock roads,...
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The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Volume 2

Jefferson Davis - 1881
...therefore resolved to endeavor to turn his right flank and gain his rear, leaving a force in front to hold him in check and conceal the movement. The execution of this plan was intrusted to Lieutenant-Genera] Jackson with his three divisions. The commands of Generals McLaws and Anderson,...
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The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Volume 2

Jefferson Davis - 1881
...therefore resolved to endeavor to turn his right flank and gain his rear, leaving a force in front to hold him in check and conceal the movement. The execution of this plan was intrusted to Lieutenant-Genera] Jackson with his three divisions. The commands of Generals McLaws and Anderson,...
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The Boys of '61, Or, Four Years of Fighting: Personal Observation with the ...

Charles Carleton Coffin - 1881 - 558 pages
...therefore resolved to endeavor to turn his right flank, and gain his rear, leaving a force in front to hold him in check, and conceal the movement. The execution of this plan was intrusted to Lieutonant-General Jackson, with his three divisions." This movement of Leo's was very bold and hazardous....
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Memoirs of Robert E. Lee: His Military and Personal History, Embracing a ...

Armistead Lindsay Long, Marcus Joseph Wright - 1886 - 707 pages
...therefore resolved to endeavor to turn his right flank and gain his rear, leaving a force in front to hold him in check and conceal the movement. The execution of this plan was entrusted to Lieutenant-general Jackson with his three divisions. The commands of Generals McLaws and...
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A Short History of the Confederate States of America

Jefferson Davis - 1890 - 505 pages
...therefore resolved to endeavor to turn his right flank and gain his rear, leaving a force in front to hold him in check and conceal the movement. The execution of this plan was intrusted to Jackson with his three divisions. The commands of McLaws and Anderson remained in front of the enemy....
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A History of the Army of the Potomac

James Henry Stine - 1893 - 752 pages
...therefore, resolved to endeavor to turn his right flank and gain his rear, leaving a force in front to hold him in check and conceal the movement. The execution of this plan was intrusted to Lieutenant General Jackson, with his three divisions. The commands of Generals McLaws and Anderson,...
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The Boys of '61: Or, Four Years of Fighting

Charles Carleton Coffin - 1896 - 572 pages
...therefore resolved to endeavour to turn his right flank, and gain his rear, leaving a force in front to hold him in check, and conceal the movement. The execution of this plan was intrusted to Lieutenaiit-Gencral Jackson, with his three divisions." This movement of Lee's was very bold and hazardous....
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The Fifth Army Corps (Army of the Potomac): A Record of Operations During ...

William Henry Powell - 1896 - 900 pages
...execution of the plan was entrusted to General Jackson, with his three divisions. Only the commands of McLaws and Anderson, with the exception of Wilcox's brigade, which during the night of the ist had been ordered back to Banks' Ford, remained in front of Hooker's lines. The sagacity...
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