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The Daily Dispatch: May 19, 1864., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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. T. Anderson's and leaking's of Fields's division; Mahone's and Davis's of R. F. Anderson's division, and Wofford's and perhaps two others of Kershaw's division.--AnAnderson's division, but lately arrived, having been left at Orange Court House to guard against any demonstration upon our rear. The flank movement was completely sucng rapidly down the plank road to Brock's road. Mahone's Virginia brigade, of Anderson's division, ran over the 4th United States infantry, a regiment which boasted s then devolved upon Major Gen. Fields, and to-day it was turned over to Major Gen. Anderson, of Hills corps, who had been reporting to Longstreet after his arrival,ition, the brigades of Kershaw, Humphreys, and Wefford, of Kershaw's division; Anderson, Jenkins, Gregg, and Law, of Fields's division, and Mahone, of Anderson's diviAnderson's division, moved forward in the form of the letter V, with the sharp point towards the enemy. G. T. Anderson, known in the corps as "Tiger Anderson," formed the apex of t