Middleburg-Upperville-Fairfhannock, crossed at Kelly's ford, and concentrated at Chancellorsville on Thursday afternoon, the 30th of April.
The SecondH. Anderson's division was directed to proceed toward Chancellorsville and cover the important roads leading to the Confederate rear.
When Anderson arrived at Chancellorsville about midnight, he found two of his divisions—Mahone's and Posey's—alrebegan to intrench himself.
As Anderson withdrew from Chancellorsville to take this position, his rear guard was attacked byredericksburg, and advance to the open ground beyond Chancellorsville.
He had already lost a day, and the day was very valeverything, even up to Best's batteries at Fairview.
Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, p. 48. This attack, however, divided itsuntil they reached Gettysburg.
The weeks following Chancellorsville were busy weeks with the cavalry.
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