Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Joseph R. Anderson” in chapter 8 of Fitzhugh Lee, General Lee:
...e from McClellan's right flank. He could therefore easily return to Washington, if necessary, or re-enforce McClellan in his attack on Richmond. In order to watch this movement of McDowell's, General Joseph R. Anderson , with nine thousand men, had taken up a position between Fredericksburg and Richmond, with the object of holding McDowell in check as well as he could with such an inferior force, while General Johns...
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