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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The battle of Chancellorsville. (search)
lay from left to right—Meade, Couch, Slocum, Sickles, Howard. Hooker determined to receive insteae was retreating. Jackson, meanwhile keeping Sickles busy with a small rear-guard, advanced along mac in reverse, Hooker continued to authorize Sickles to deplete the threatened wing by sending a lbut Barlow had been ordered by Hooker to join Sickles. General Devens made several distinct attemorsville. For this portion of the line under Sickles had been advanced into the woods nearly two mkson's small rear-guard had been playing with Sickles, while his main body had extinguished Howard. corps were assembled on the Fairview crest. Sickles faced about the fifteen thousand men he had liated. The attack had no particular result. Sickles regained once more his old position at Hazel ents were certainly more speedy than those of Sickles, and his work stands out handsomely when contg relative to advance or retreat. All except Sickles were in favor of a vigorous advance. Sickles[4 more...]