Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Harpers Ferry” in chapter 102, section c.102.266, page 516 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
...encamped around Frederick, and was then in full march up the National road.
If it had not been for a piece of extraordinary negligence, McClellan never would have divined Lee's purposes until after Harpers Ferry had been taken, and with his army well in hand, reinforced, refreshed and rested, Lee would have delivered battle on his own conditions, with time and place of his own selection.
No one, Union or C...
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