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-handed, for two hours before either Sumner or Hooker saw the enemy at all; for it was not until aboforced back on Sumner's right and partially on Hooker, that the commands of either of these officersy part of November, 1862, that he believed General Hooker's division would have been driven in by th appear a little singular is the fact that General Hooker, who commanded a division of Heintzelman'secord, Vol. V. p. 260.) Thus, both Sumner and Hooker being in my immediate vicinity, and their unasrength of this display of retiring forces, General Hooker reported officially that McCall's whole diportion of Seymour's men, fell upon Sumner and Hooker, the latter states in his report that he rolleer, Kearny being on my right, half a mile from Hooker, (who was on my left,) and six of my regimentsver by Sumner (for the meeting with Sumner and Hooker was altogether unexpected by the enemy, and ths refers to their sudden repulse by Sumner and Hooker, upon whom they unexpectedly came while follow[1 more...]
night of the sixteenth and morning of the seventeenth to the right of our line to strengthen General Hooker, who had, at noon of the sixteenth, crossed the creek and engaged the enemy's advance. Jue break of day, we were aroused from a brief slumber by sharp firing of musketry in front of General Hooker's position. The corps, then commanded by the lamented General Mansfield, was by that officeceived a countermanding order to move forward, with all possible despatch, to the support of General Hooker, then severely pressed. I moved accordingly my ployed masses by the flank at double-quick, rowing them into the edge of a piece of woods en the left, which I was informed by an aid of General Hooker who met me advancing, was to be held at all hazards. The only remaining regiment of my brigndred and Seventh New-York. While moving forward the three regiments referred to, an aid of General Hooker hurrying rapidly toward my command, begged me to move forward. It was apparent from the ste
and in the identical position our pickets occupied when the enemy made the first attack in the morning. Our troops, during the whole day's fight, acted with great coolness and courage, and in the morning, when we were compelled, more than once, to fall back, the movement was always conducted in good order and without the slightest confusion. The operations of the enemy were conducted by General McClellan in person, and the troops engaged embraced all of Kearney's division and a part of Hooker's, numbering in all not less than eight or ten thousand. To oppose this heavy force I had my own brigade (numbering about two thousand men) and two regiments, Colonels Rutledge's and Hill's, of General Ransom's brigade, about one thousand men, making my whole force engaged not more than three thousand men. The object of the enemy was to drive us back from our picket line, occupy it himself, and thereby enable him to advance his works several hundred yards nearer our lines. In this he co
ll now oblige me by having my resignation approved by General Lee and forwarded to the Secretary of War. I am truly yours, Charles J. Faulkner. I certify that the above is an authentic report by Lieutenant-General Jackson of the operations of his command from the fifth to the twenty-seventh September, 1862; that, after undergoing his last revision, he had directed it to be copied, with a view to its being signed and forwarded by him, which purpose was interrupted by movements of General Hooker, resulting in the battle of Chancellorsville. There is an omission of that customary notice of his staff, which he was in the habit of inserting in the final copy of his reports previous to its being forwarded. Charles J. Faulkner, Assistant Adjutant-General. List of Casualties in the Fights at Boonsboroa, Crampton's Gap, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, and Shepherdstown, in September, 1862. regiment.brigade.division.killed.wounded.total. First VirginiaKemper's,Pickett's, 88 Sevent