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before he had read the dispatch.
At Chancellorsville, when General Fitzhugh Lee showed him the enemy's left wing dispersed, and unsuspectingttle was designed with the rapidity as Wellington's at Salamanca.
Lee called Jackson his right arm, and wrote him when he was wounded at Cn disabled in your stead.
I had the privilege once of hearing General Lee, in his office in Lexington, Va., pronounce a glowing eulogy on It was, on the other hand, beautiful to see how Jackson reciprocated Lee's high opinion.
He said: General Lee is a phenomenon.
He is the onGeneral Lee is a phenomenon.
He is the only man whom I would be willing to follow blindfolded.
And it was glorious to see the cheerful alacrity, the splendid skill and the terrific st wish, of his chief.
General Lees order.
On Jackson's death, Lee issued the following order:
General orders no. 61: headquarter followed the other exercises—an able oration on Jackson, by General Fitzhugh Lee, an eloquent eulogy by ex-President Jefferson Davis, who was