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n Major-General Hill, whose division, under General Heth, was advanced to the line of intrenchments ching it, A. P. Hill's division in front, under Heth, with Lane's, McGowan's, Archer's, and Heth's bHeth's brigades on the right of the road, within half a mile of Chancellorsville, near the apex of the ridge, and McGowan were wounded, and Paxton killed. Heth and Ramseur, though painfully wounded, persisten having become somewhat broken and disordered, Heth took the advance — Archer on the extreme right,in motion, and I joined with it and went to General Heth's position. The march was not delayed for camp Gregg, Va., May 14, 1863. Brigadier-General H. Heth, commanding A. P. Hill's Division: ght. The brigade was placed in position by General Heth, commanding division, on the extreme left avision remained until just after daybreak, when Heth's brigade was ordered up. Two regiments — the Fort of Colonel Brockenbrough. headquarters Heth's brigade, May 18, 1863. R. H. Finney, A. A. G[26 more...]<
them back, rejoined me at Greenwich, following Heth's division. From this point to Bristoe, we folside of Broad Run, and on the right and rear of Heth's division. Word was sent to General Cooke (commanding the right brigade of Heth's division) to look out for his right flank, and he very promptlyrry out the original order. Davis' brigade, of Heth's division, had been detached as a support to Peral, commanding Third Corps. Report of General Heth. headquarters Heth's division, October Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, H. Heth, Major-General. Report of General R. H. A permit. During these movements of my command, Heth's division became hotly engaged, and a brigade place, it was reoccupied by another brigade of Heth's division. Perry's and Posey's brigade then dthe length of mine. While in this position General Heth informed me the enemy was running; that he possible. A few minutes after I observed General Heth approaching when I informed him also of my [7 more...]
endeavoring to penetrate to the railroad. General Heth approving the idea, I moved my whole force orhood of at least four regiments, of which General Heth had no knowledge. My own position had suurther battle. I waited for news from Brigadier-General Heth, or to learn of his approach to Princegeneral engagement with the enemy. If Brigadier-General Heth had successfully attacked at the moutho beat me, while he preserved his front against Heth. If General Heth could by means of my divers me in the morning, or that a junction with General Heth would enable me to attack his whole force, ty, until Heth could come up. It seems Brigadier-General Heth did advance to the mouth of the East Reenth, conveying to me the information that General Heth's force was now so required in another diren at Princeton, with orders to remain until General Heth could relieve them, and with the rest of mye movement, I have only to regret that Brigadier-General Heth did not join me on the seventeenth, an[6 more...]