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Chancellorsville. note.—See ante, pp. 166-172, article by Colonel C. C. Sanders. The flank movement that routed the Yankees. General Jackson's mortal wound. Description of how he received it, by Captain W. F. Randolph, of his body-guard—Under a terrific fire. The following, written by Captain W. F. Randolph, of Stonewall Jackson's body-guard, is taken from the Greeneville News-Times, March, 1091: It is not the purpose of the writer of this article to give a detailed account of the memorable battle of Chancellorsville, which has been so often described by pens more felicitous than mine, but only to give some few incidents of the first two days leading up to the terrible catastrophe, which was the closing scene of one of the most brilliant and successful movements recorded in the history of any war. The writer was, during these two days, attached to the person of General Jackson, and only left his side occasionally as the bearer of orders to his division comm