Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Chancellorsville” in chapter 1.5 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...street and Hill, to hold Meade's army in check in the mountain passes—an expectation that does not appear so unreasonable, since he, with but little more than two-thirds of his present army, at Chancellorsville , had defeated the Army of the Potomac, stronger in numbers and morale than at this time.
General Meade could not possibly have moved upon the gap in rear of Cashtown before July 1st, and he states ...
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