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Chapter 3: Confederate States Army Virginia Fredericksburg, Suffolk, Gettysburg, and Chickamauga. The latter part of October McClellan's movements determined General Lee to withdraw from the Valley of the Shenandoah, leaving his cavalry in rear, and to return to the Valley of the Rappahannock. Accordingly, my division took its place, about the 26th, in the marching columns of Longstreet's Corps, which moved in the direction of the latter point. During the previous month of qu
y old division, where a most difficult operation was performed by Dr. T. G. Richardson, of New Orleans.
He was at the time Chief Medical Officer of the Army of Tennessee, and is now
1878-79. the President of the Medical Association of the United States.
The day after the battle I was carried upon a litter some fifteen miles to the residence of Mr. Little, in Armuchee Valley.
I remained there about one month under the attentive care of Mr. and Mrs. Little, the parents of the gallant Colo