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General James Longstreet, From Manassas to Appomattox, Chapter 11: battle of Malvern Hill. (search)
direct line of the enemy's retreat; Huger and Magruder marched to co-operate on his right; Longstree he ordered me, with the columns of Huger and Magruder, to make reconnoissance of the enemy's new pories of position. I suggested position to Magruder for his division, but he insisted that the Qume in proper time and were posted. These General Magruder proposed to supplement by thirty of his ont. General Lee said,--My compliments to General Magruder, and ask him not to hurt my young friendsing him. Following up the rear-guard, General Magruder came upon it in force at Savage Station. ner, were posted there to cover the retreat. Magruder planned battling with his own six brigades ageen brigades to attack their right. But when Magruder thought his arrangements complete, he receiven's orders of the 29th, General Lee wrote General Magruder: Headquarters Department of Northern Vicrossroads, leaving easy work for Jackson and Magruder. When, on the forenoon of the 30th, Jacks[13 more...]