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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 1: operations in Virginia.--battle of Chancellorsville.--siege of Suffolk. (search)
ill, Trimble, and Early, and the divisions of Anderson and McLaws, of Longstreet's corps, were now pin motion toward Chancellorsville. It joined Anderson's (which, as we have observed, had fallen bacidge on the east of the Big Meadow Swamp, and Anderson continued the line to the left of McLaws. Sud because he would have only the divisions of Anderson and McLaw s left to oppose both Hooker and Seart to incline to the right, while McLaws and Anderson, under Lee's immediate command, should move tt was bearing heavily upon Sickles, Lee threw Anderson and McLaws upon Darius N. Couch. Slocuine of Hancock's division repulsed him, while Anderson, bearing heavily upon Slocum, succeeded in jocapture of the Heights of Fredericksburg; and Anderson's three remaining brigades were sent to re-enrces. against him. So he recalled McLaws and Anderson, to add strength to his main army, leaving Eatively by Generals Hood, French, Pickett, and Anderson. capturing the cavalry outposts of the Nation[3 more...]