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e enemy near Banks's ford, driving him from his position there, forcing him to move by the right flank up the river until a junction was formed with the main body of his forces, near Chancellorsville. On Saturday the divisions of McLaws and Anderson, remained on this line, and in the enemy's front, while Gen. Jackson, at the head of his corps moved to the left along the Furnance road, passing around the enemy's right, and gaining the plank road in his rear. Crossing the plank road, he assa Marye's Heights, where they captured some 200 of our men belonging to a Mississippi regiment, and several pieces of the Washington Artillery. The next morning Gen. E. was reinforced by the division of Gen. McLaws and part of the division of Gen. Anderson, when the heights were assailed and car- ried, and our artillery recaptures. Soon after our troops regained possession of the town which at last accounts was held by Gen. Law ton's brigade. The fighting on the end of the line of Monda
ivate property and no shells struck the town. --They came on Saturday night, made arrangements to remain, but left Monday night. The Yankees thought their getting Marye's Hill was a trick, and said so in town. They were much frightened, and that officers had hard work to get their men up to the work. They boast of driving Barksdale's men back, though it took ten to one to do it. I'll give you the real facts as soon as they can be got--294 Mississippians killed., wounded, and missing — but they slaughtered the Yankees awfully, and rallied in half a mile to fight again. It was a compliment to expect them and the Washington Artillery to perform impossibilities. The charge of our whole line — Early, Anderson, and McLaw — on Monday evening, was magnificent and decisive. The Yankees retreated, and the survivors escaped across the river. It is reported that Hooker lost a leg. It is a wonderful victory and triumphant repulse of the dastard foe. We occupy our old position once m
Fifty dollars reward --Will be paid for the apprehension of my negro man Ander Son, who ranaway in the city of Richmond on the 13th inst. Anderson is about 20 years old; black; well formed, and about 5 feet 7 inches high. Has no scars or marks on him. The above reward will be paid for his apprehension and delivery to Hill, Dickinson & Co. Alex Peirce. [mh 17--t*]