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lsed, still some uneasiness was felt, and some apprehensions entertained, for the safety of the gallant corps that, to the public, seemed to be between the two armies of the foe. These apprehensions were dispelled, however, by the later and more authentic intelligence of the day. Late in the afternoon, a dispatch was received by the President from Gen. Lee, conveying information which left no grounds to question the glorious success of our arms. This dispatch stated that on Thursday Gen. Jackson's corps repulsed Gen. Pope; Gen. Longstreet repulsed McClellan on Friday, and that on Saturday Gen. Lee attacked the combined forces of McClellan and Pope, utterly routing them with immense loss. Our army, it was stated, was still pursuing them, but in what direction we did not learn. If it be true, as previously represented, that our forces had gained the rear of the enemy, and repulsed their attempts to recover their intercepted lines we do not understand by what route they are now en
The Daily Dispatch: September 2, 1862., [Electronic resource], From our army on the Rappahannock — interesting diary — Executions on the route. (search)
ight, Longstreet's twelve brigades moving toward the Potomac on the right, and Jackson on the left. The latter has passed the Rapidan Station on the Virginia Centraety prisoners went by on their way to the rear. Among the Yankees captured by Jackson were two won, who, as soon as they fell into our hand, commenced to ask after the head of his column, and said: "General, I am the chief courier of Gen. Jackson. He desires me to request you to order your column to be reversed at once."er, however, and remarked:"I am not in the habit of receiving my orders from Gen. Jackson." "Well, sir, those were my orders from him to you." "What cavalry are you fg. The head of Longstreet's corps is now upon the banks of the Rappahannock — Jackson still to the left. Gen. R. H. Anderson's division has just come up from Richmalf-past 6 o'clock A. M., and heavy cannonading has commenced upon the front.--Jackson is reported to have sent word to Lee that he is in possession of Warrenton Spr