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Chapter 19: Chancellorsville. As the time drew near for that resumption of active hostilities,
ad established themselves at the villa of Chancellorsville, fifteen miles west of Fredericksburg.
he had massed ninety thousand men around Chancellorsville, under his own eye, fortifying them upon hold the stationary defensive in front of Chancellorsville would, therefore, be equivalent to the lo ioned as Chancellor's, two miles west of Chancellorsville, was the farm of Melzi Chancellor, which ned that of the four roads diverging from Chancellorsville, the one which leads north, after proceed f this design, it must be remembered that Chancellorsville, with its few adjoining farms, was an isl iss, reached the cluster of pines east of Chancellorsville, where he lay, before the break of day, a ed westward to open his way to Hooker, at Chancellorsville.
But the fate of that General had been a ul inhabitants.
The short campaign of Chancellorsville was the most brilliant of all which Gener [18 more...]