order, if possible, to drive him across the Rappahannock.
Accordingly, on the fourth, General Anderson was directed to proceed, with his remaining three brigades, tce against the enemy's guns, under a heavy fire of grape, on the evening of the fourth, excited the admiration of all who saw them; and to Brigadier-General Perry andncellorsville, and remained in position in the road that night.
On Monday, the fourth, we were ordered to move to the opposite side of the road, and connect my left lfth regiments and drove in the enemy's skirmishers.
The next day, Monday, the fourth, my command was moved, with Generals Wright and Perry, towards Fredericksburg, ne thousand two hundred yards distant. Three additional brigades arrived on the fourth, and, late in the afternoon, a general advance was made against the enemy — Ear by our skirmishers becoming engaged with those of the enemy.
On Monday, the fourth, I was ordered to remove the brigade to a position in rear of the one held by m