of his column reached the point where stood General Lee, like a pillar of cloud, the only remaining
It was thrown into line in the presence of General Lee on the left of the road.
I shall not attems brought to the attention of mankind — was General Lee.
The conception of his appearance in my mid left regiments, I sent a staff officer to General Lee with instructions to say that I had driven be relieved.
Judging from this reply that General Lee supposed that my command had exhausted its the only troops on the left of the road.
General Lee's line was now thoroughly established, and ave been decisive of the campaign.
That of General Lee might have ended as did the battle of Chanc threw him on the defensive.
The effort of General Lee was still to come.
The plan of attack was t quarter was impending.
I communicated to General Lee the information I had received, and began t
Captain L. R. Terrell was sent in haste to General Lee to explain the situation and ask for help,