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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Valley after Kernstown. (search)
objections to his cavalry being ordered to the vicinity of Staunton, if it is not already there. Very truly yours, T. J. Jackson. A call for artillery. Please have the following telegraphed to General R. E. Lee: Brown's Gap, June 11, 1862.—Send four pieces of artillery with every thousand infantry. T. J. Jackson, Major General. Major: Please forward the above by telegraph. I hope to get you a colonelcy. Yours truly, T. J. Jackson. The above telegram was one to General Lee, saying he need not send transportation with the troops or horses for the artillery, as they could be supplied by me at Staunton. A. W. H. An offer of promotion. Brown's Gap, June 11, 1862. Major: Your letter of this date has been received. Please provide one hundred and fifty-four-horse wagons. How would you like to be a field officer of cavalry? I don't know whether I can secure it or not, but desire to know your pleasure before taking any steps in the case.