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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The campaign of Chancellorsville — by Theodore A. Dodge, United States army. (search)
ed to move to Anderson's support, followed by Jackson. The troops were moving during the night of Thursday, and by 8 A. M. Friday Jackson had reached the Confederate front near Chancellors-ville, an invite assault, and on Friday night directed Jackson to move the next day around the Federal army, and attack its right flank and rear. Jackson began this manoeuvre in the early morning, taking soenter and left wing. All day was consumed by Jackson in moving around the front of the Federal arm's divisions are among them. Two hours later Jackson attacks the Federal right, under Howard, withxposing himself to criticism of this kind. Jackson executed the movement, and too much praise case of the other. Colonel Dodge's sketch of Jackson is appreciative, and in the main correct. He is mistaken, however, in supposing Jackson a bad disciplinarian, and without even average powers oan officer the opportunity of failing twice. Jackson used to say, The service cannot afford to kee[7 more...]