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eat deal more than the Generals in the field, and we cannot imagine why Lincoln does not dismiss Hooker and put one of them at the head of his army. One thing, however, the World has guessed as w Pennsylvania. The powerful force he has with him; the skill with which be marœuvred to deceive Hooker and cross the Potomac without molestation; the immense stores which he has already collected; orne. We cannot, in the meantime, avoid smiling when we read the imagined contingencies, in which Hooker may get the better of Lee, and, perhaps, "bag his army." We can only say, if Hooker can bag Lee Hooker can bag Lee he is welcome to him; but we should not be surprised to hear that Lee had bagged Hooker. Throughout the whole Confederacy the highest degree of confidence is felt in Gen. Lee. --The people feel cHooker. Throughout the whole Confederacy the highest degree of confidence is felt in Gen. Lee. --The people feel confident that he is bent upon some enterprise which will have a most important bearing upon the of the war.--They feel assured that he, who has heretofore proved himself so prudent, so cautious, so s
The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1863., [Electronic resource], Capture of Fairfax C. H.--Hooker's army. (search)
Capture of Fairfax C. H.--Hooker's army. The following official dispatch was received at the War Department Tuesday night: Headq'rs Cav. Div., June 27, 1863. General S. Cooper: I took possession of Fairfax C. H. this morning at 9 o'clock, together with a large quantity of stores. The main body of Hooker's army has gone towards Leesburg, except the garrison of Alexandria and Washington which has retreated within the fortifications. Very respectfully,Your ob't serv't, J. E. ker's army. The following official dispatch was received at the War Department Tuesday night: Headq'rs Cav. Div., June 27, 1863. General S. Cooper: I took possession of Fairfax C. H. this morning at 9 o'clock, together with a large quantity of stores. The main body of Hooker's army has gone towards Leesburg, except the garrison of Alexandria and Washington which has retreated within the fortifications. Very respectfully,Your ob't serv't, J. E. B. Stuart, Major General.
d its spars. They seem to fear advancing with Hooker in their rear; but are living on the country ws gained a position of so much importance upon Hooker's rear, there is cause for apprehension conceren broken. A flank movement on the part of Gen. Hooker across the three lower fords may result disss and celerity which completely surprised General Hooker, Lee transferred his army from Fredericksbvogue in radical circles last year, "bag him." Hooker would, therefore, seem determined to keep his ooker's army and beating it in detail. But if Hooker still keeps it together on the south side of tom immediate support from the loyal States, Gen. Hooker would derive any advantage from getting in lation of his army; but if, on the other hand, Hooker should be beaten, the strategy on which he andall care for his communications, he can compel Hooker to fight him on ground of his own choosing, an discussing the way in which Lee out-generally Hooker, says: Thus, by a bold and rapid movemen[15 more...]