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a mile. Longstreet now advanced with the rest of his corps. The dashing leader, while riding with Generals Kershaw and Jenkins at the head of Jenkins' brigade on the right of the Southern battle array, was screened by the tangled thickets from theJenkins' brigade on the right of the Southern battle array, was screened by the tangled thickets from the view of his own troops, flushed with the success of brilliant flank movement. The graveyard of three campaigns As this photograph was taken, May 12, 1864, the dead again were being brought to unhappy Fredericksburg, where slept thousands tha indistinctly through an opening and a volley burst forth and struck the officers. When the smoke lifted Longstreet and Jenkins were down — the former seriously wounded, and the latter killed outright. As at Chancellorsville a year before and on tnight of May 5th. The Federals lost many gallant officers, among them the veteran Wadsworth. The Confederates lost Generals Jenkins and Jones, killed, and suffered a staggering blow in the disabling of Longstreet. The series of battles of the Wild
P. Hill; Cavalry Corps, Maj.-Gen. Stuart. Losses: Union, 2246 killed, 12,137 wounded, 3383 missing; Confed. (estimate) 2000 killed, 6000 wounded, 3400 missing; Union, Brig.-Gens. Wadsworth and Hays killed; Confed. Gens. Jones and Jenkins killed, and Stafford, Longstreet, and Pegram wounded. May 5-9, 1864: Rocky face Ridge, Ga., including Tunnel Hill, Mill Creek Gap, and Buzzard's Roost. Union, Military Division of the Mississippi, commanded by Gen. W. T. Sherman: Army of tilled, 400 wounded; Confed., 500 killed, wounded, and missing. May 9-10, 1864: Cloyd's Mountain and New River bridge, Va. Union, 12th, 23d, 34th, and 36th Ohio, 9th, 11th, 14th, and 15th W. Va., 3d and 4th Pa. Reserves; Confed., Gen. A. G. Jenkins' command. Losses: Union, 108 killed, 508 wounded; Confed., 600 killed and wounded, 300 missing. May 9-25, 1864: Sheridan's Cavalry raid in Virginia, including engagements at Beaver dam Station, South Anna bridge, Ashland, and Ye