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e. Hence it was that when Halleck first-learned of Hooker's defeat, so overwhelmed was he with disappointmentld and could fall back to on the Stafford heights. Hooker came with eight days rations, and with a plan of bae "wild-goose chase" known as "Stoneman's raid." If Hooker's flanks had been properly guarded with cavalry, itemy by complete surprise. To sum up, then, I think Hooker outgeneraled Gen. Lee in the choice of a position, y, because of the failure of Sedgwick to unite with Hooker. If Sedgwick had crossed at Fredericksburg on Fridelieve the surrender into our hands of the whole of Hooker's force at Chancellorsville would have been inevitaon received on Saturday evening. It is strange that Hooker, having planned so well, should have allowed his gr in Orange county, to await the issue of the move.--Hooker having made this diversion in our front, set himselook up their pontoons. On Sunday night the last of Hooker's forces left the Stafford heights, going in the di