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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The career of General Jackson (search)
g before —but instead of moving on Culpeper, we moved on Louisa. At Frederick's Hall Depot, General Jackson had his headquarters near the beautiful home of Mr. Nat Harris. Mrs. Harris sent to invite the general to take breakfast with her the next morning, and he replied: If I can, I will be glad to do so. Being asked what hourMrs. Harris sent to invite the general to take breakfast with her the next morning, and he replied: If I can, I will be glad to do so. Being asked what hour would suit him, he said: Let not Mrs. Harris change her usual hour for me, but send for me when her breakfast is ready, and if I am here I will be glad to breakfast with her. When she sent the next morning to call him to breakfast, Jim, his servant, said: Surely you did not spec to find de gineral here at dis hour. He left 'bMrs. Harris change her usual hour for me, but send for me when her breakfast is ready, and if I am here I will be glad to breakfast with her. When she sent the next morning to call him to breakfast, Jim, his servant, said: Surely you did not spec to find de gineral here at dis hour. He left 'bout 12 o'clock last night, and I spec he is on his way to fight General Banks in the Valley again. He had really started, accompanied by a single staff officer, to ride 53 miles to Richmond, have an interview with General Lee, and receive instructions on his part in the proposed attack on McClellan. On this ride he rode up befo