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Chapter 23: Start after Stoneman. I am reported killed. headquarters near Orange Court-house. Stonewall Jackson's death. Reorganisation of the army. headquarters once more at Culpepper. great review of the cavalry corps. great cavalry battle at Brandy Station, 9th June 1863. Whilst the bulk of our army was m
voice in the morning calling me up to ride with him to General Lee's, whose headquarters were fixed in the old spot near Fredericksburg.
Here we first heard of Stoneman's raid in the direction of Richmond.
Leaving one of his brigades to occupy William Lee's command, the General, with a body of several thousand cavalry, had cros interred with all the honours of the State of Virginia.
To this demand, General Lee sent the following characteristic reply: Can't spare it: it's in pursuit of Stoneman.
Our headquarters were established on one of the hills forming a semicircle round one side of the beautiful little valley in which the pleasant village of Ora