and soon concluded, from the bustle in the Federal camps, that an early movement was in contemplation.
It was also evident to him that this movement would be to his right, toward the old fields of unsuccessful Federal venture.
Looking eastward, Mine run and Chancellorsville were in sight.
Beyond, in mental vision, he could see Salem church and the twice-attacked and twice-defended Fredericksburg.
He doubtless asked himself just where—in that historic region where his famous ancestor, Spotswood, had built the first blastfur-nace for making iron, in America—the impending conflict would begin, immediate preparations for which he took in hand on returning to his camp.
Lee was accompanied to his point of observation by Longstreet, just returned from his Tennessee campaign; Field, commanding Hood's old division, and Kershaw, that of McLaws; Ewell, and his division commanders, Early, Edward Johnson and Rodes; A. P. Hill, with his division commanders, R. H. Anderson, Heth and Wilcox.
Gladwell, P. F., killed at Port Republic, 1862.
Hanger, D. C., living at Spotswood.
Harlow, Samuel, living in Missouri.
Harlow, Nicholas, living at Rockbridge Baths.
Kerr, R. O., May 23, living at Flatonia, Texas.
Wiseman, W. F., May 25, living at Spotswood.
Beard, James E., August 3, Middlebrook.
Bartley, V. C., August 3, living at Greenville.rge, March 18, 1862, died prisoner at Fort Delaware.
Lotts, John, March 18, 1862, living at Spotswood.
Zimmerman, D. B., March 18, 1862, died since the war.
Beard, James T., March 21, 1862, t, Ezra T., March 21, 1862, living at Middlebrook.
Cale, William, March 21, 1862, living at Spotswood.
Fulton, William H., March 21, 1862, living at Moffett's Creek.
Furr, James H., March 21 October 18, 1864, living at Moffett's Creek.
McCormick, N. D., October 18, 1864, living at Spotswood.
Ramsey, James, October 18, 1864, killed at Petersburg, April 2, 1865.
Shultz, Henry, Oc
even Days Battles, 125.
Seven Pines, Battle of the, 123.
Sharpsburg, Battle of, 129, 138
Shenandoah, The Confederate warship, exploits of, 165.
Sherman, Gen. W. T., 354.
Shiloh, Battle of, 215, 325.
Slaughter, Gen. James E., 226.
Slocomb, The Lady, 221.
Smiley, Sergeant T. M., 57.
Smith, Gen E. Kirby, 226.
Soldiers, Federal and Confederate, motives of, 21
Songs of the South, 212. 267.
South, The honor of, untarnished, 198.
South Mountain, Battle of, 128.
Spotswood's Trans-montane Expedition, 208.
Spotsylvania C. H., Battle of, 244, 368, 375.
Star, Richmond, Va., cited, 104, 346, 368.
Steadman, Battle of Fort, 69.
Stevenson, Major J. M., 267.
Stiles, D. D., Rev. Joseph C., 26.
Stiles, Major, Robert, 15.
Stoneman, Gen., George, 344.
Stonewall Brigade, When named, 35; muster-roll of Co D, 5th Va. Infantry, with service and casualties, 50.
Strategic Points, 376.
Strawberry Plains, The bridge at, 295.
Stringfellow, Rev. M. S.,