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General James Longstreet, From Manassas to Appomattox, Chapter 38: battle of the Wilderness. (search)
csville. We were ordered forward by the Plank road to Parker's Store; the order was received after one o'clock, and sent ouTodd's Tavern road, the Fifth by the dirt road towards Parker's Store on the Plank road, the Sixth on the right, to follow turnpike. Presently, after taking up his march towards Parker's Store, the Confederates were discovered on the Plank road, aed by the Second Corps, was to drive Hill back, occupy Parker's Store, and connect with Warren's line. He afterwards learneions of the Ninth Corps, at the same time marching for Parker's Store, were encountered between the Plank and Turnpike roadfour hours behind time. Now, from Mechanicsville to Parker's Store by our line of march was thirty-four miles,--by the Plank road, thirty-five; from Parker's Store to the battle, three miles. From the time of our march to going into battle was tr, and turned to the left and struck the Plank road at Parker's Store, and pushed rapidly down it to where the battle had al