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Chapter 24: preparing for the spring of 1863. Burnside's abortive moves the mud march General Hooker supersedes Burnside the Confederates strengthen their position for the winter Longstreet ordered to Petersburg Secretary of War Seddon and the Author talk of General Grant and the Confederate situation on the Mississippi and in the West Longstreet makes a radical proposition for Confederate concentration in Tennessee, thus to compel Grant to abandon Vicksburg the skilful use of interior lines the only way of equalizing the contest battle of Chancellorsville, Lee's brilliant achievement criticism death of Stonewall Jackson the resolve to march northward the Army reorganized in three Corps Ewell and A. P. Hill appointed Lieutenant Generals. Before we were fully settled in our winter quarters, and when just beginning to enjoy our camp theatricals, we heard that General Burnside was looking for another crossing by the lower Rappahannock. We were not greatly co