on, as well as my own, about as well as any three descriptions could.
In a letter to myself from Major Hotchkiss, of date December 3rd, 1898, he says: I am glad that you confirm my own recollections as to where Jackson was wounded, &c., &c. I think I may say, that we have now the last words upon this subject, and that I can write a condensed account of that sad affair that will be final.
Hotchkiss unfortunately died a short time after this date. M. N. Moorman, Stuart Horse Artillery. Lynchburg, Va., November 15th, 1902.
Baltimore, November 22, 1902. Winfield Peters, Esq.
Dear Sir,—I have read Major Moorman's article (which I herewith return to you) on Chancellorsville with great interest.
I have a very great familiarity with the country about which he writes, from the fact not only of my having been in the battle of Chancellorsville on the evening of 2nd of May and morning of 3rd of May, 1863, as adjutant of the Stonewall Brigade, then commanded by General Paxton; but als