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of his column down the river towards Fredericksburg. In front of the Chancellorsville He use, Anderson's division, then of Longstreet' corps, which had been guarding the United States Ford, first tot Hooker, at the head of the great bulk of the Yankee Army of the Potomac. Gen. Jackson reached Anderson's line of battle, at the intersection of the Mine and Pink made about daylight of Friday morninay long with as much rapidity as the nature of the country through which he was passing would , Anderson and McLaws in front meantime carrying on heavy skirmishing with the enemy, who were busily fortock Wilcox's division, having fallen back from Banks's Ford, and being sustained by the rest of Anderson's and McLaws's divisions, engage the enemy at Salem Church and drive them back fully a mile. Sunday night closes upon the fields of carnage, with Sedgwick confronting Anderson, McLaws, and Early, at Fredericksburg, whilst Hooker stood opposed by the three divisions of Jackson's corps at Ch
For hire --Two good Cooks Washers, and Ironers; several men and boys, some of them good factory hands. Apply to Chas. E. Anderson, corner of Clay and Foushee sts. ja 1--1t*