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The charge of the eighth Pennsylvania cavalry. extracted by permission and condensed from a true history of the charge of the 8th Pennsylvania cavalry at Chancellorsville, by Pennock Huey, Philadelphia, 1885.--editors. I. By Pennock Huey, Brevet Brigadier-General, U. S. V. Just as we reached Hazel Grove, at Scott's Run Crossing, at half-past 6 o'clock P. M., May 2d, a staff-officer rode up in a state of great excitement and reported to General Sickles that the enemy had flanked Genera
on the 5th of May, 1863, there was no thought of controversy.
It was intended only for the eye of the person to whom it was written, with no idea that it would be preserved.
General Pleasonton's report of the operations of his command at Chancellorsville, dated May 18th, 1863, makes no mention of Keenan, but commends Huey as the commander of the regiment and indorses his report.
In Major Huey's report of the operations of the 8th Pennsylvania cavalry, dated May 9th, 1863, he states that he
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