rch from the Valley to Fredericksburg—and his last great flank movement to Hooker's rear at Chancellorsville, Jackson showed the same rapidity of movement.
An able critic said of him, he moved infaes, Pope reported to Washington that Jackson was in full retreat to the mountains.
So at Chancellorsville he moved to Hooker's flank and rear so secretly that he struck Howard's corps entirely unprxceedingly interesting account of an interview he had with Jackson on his flank movement at Chancellorsville.
Fitz Lee had been covering the movement with his cavalry, when he discovered that from across his front the order for attack was issued almost before he had read the dispatch.
At Chancellorsville, when General Fitzhugh Lee showed him the enemy's left wing dispersed, and unsuspecting, hen's at Salamanca.
Lee called Jackson his right arm, and wrote him when he was wounded at Chancellorsville:
Could I have dictated events I should have chosen, for the good of the country, to have
ohn M., 239
Bruce, Captain D. H., 155
Bruner, Captain, Andrew Jackson, 283
Bullock. Captain James D. 238
Burgwyn, Col. H. K., killed, 120
Campbell, Historian, Charles, 7
Carter, Lieut. Robert R., 239
Chalmers, Gen. J. R., 217
Chancellorsville, Fitz Lee at, 142
Chenault, Col. David W 258, 276
Chenault, Capt., Joseph, killed, 279
Cheves, Langdon, 162
Christian, Hon., Geo. L., 125
Christian M D., Col. W. B., 62
Cold Harbor, Battle of, 191
Confederate Memorial Litera Miss Mary.
Hunter Major Robert W.. 132
Hutter, Col., J. Risque, 857
Jackson, Capt. John H., 280
Jackson, Gen. T. J. Career of, 79 How he was called Stonewall, 80
Valley Campaign of, 82 Demonstration on Harpers' Ferry, 341 At Chancellorsville 87 Severe discipline of 89 Fatal wounding of 96 Valentine's statue of, 97
Johnson, Col. Adam R., 111
Johnston, Gen., Albert Sydney, killed, 214
Johnston, Miss, Mary, 29
Jones, Col. John M., 84
Jones, Dr., J. William, 79