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e; corporal B. P. Pryor; privates B. F. Norris, G. W. Rape, J. M. Lindsay, and John H. Lewis. Company K, Twenty-seventh Georgia regiment.--Private William Connell. Report of Brigadier-General Iverson. headquarters Iverson's brigade, May 13, 1863. Captain G. Peyton, A. A. G.: Having rested on our arms on the extreme left of the third line of battle, composed of the troops of Rodes's division, during the night of May second, about six o'clock A. M., of May third, we advanced with the of regiments, giving more particular details which are interesting. Very respectfully, Carnot Posey, Brigadier-General, commanding. Report of Brig.-General A. B. Wright. headquarters Wright's brigade, camp near Guineas's Station, May 13, 1863. To Major Thomas S. Mills, A. A. G., Anderson's Division: Major: I herewith enclose a report of the part taken by my brigade in the recent engagements near Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville, together with a correct list of casualties sust
y knowledge of the circumstances surrounding me, I thought offered a possibility of success. Had I moved directly to Clinton the enemy would not have given me battle in front, but would have interposed a force greater than my own between me and Vicksburg. It is only necessary to refer to the maps accompanying this report to see how feasible was such a movement. I have already given, in the body of this report, the two letters of instructions from General Johnston, dated respectively the thirteenth and fifteenth of May, 1863. In obedience to the injunctions contained in the former, which was received on the morning of the fourteenth, I lost no time in putting my army in motion in the direction already stated, and for the reasons given. About seven A. M., on the sixteenth, I received the latter, which reiterated the previous instructions. I had in no measure changed my views as to the propriety of the movement therein indicated, but I no longer felt at liberty to deviate from Gener