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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.20 (search)
ood, June 22, 1863—7 P. M. Major-Genera J . E. B. Stuart, Commanding Cavalry. General,—General Leroof that it was not considered as a place for Stuart's crossing. He tells Stuart that it is bettery, but in front of both. If, on the contrary, Stuart had come over the Blue Ridge and crossed the Pet was west of the Blue Ridge facing east, and Stuart was east of the Ridge, it is hard to see how hGeneral Lee. But in his letter of the 22d, to Stuart, General Lee indicated no route—he merely ordewidening. He further says: Especially did he (Stuart) know that my orders were that he should ride on. But General Lee's final instructions to Stuart, dated June 23d, 5 P. M., shows what choice ofeport, at his headquarters. Should Read. Stuart's instructions to Robertson, which, through abver interrupted. General Longstreet speaks of Stuart's movement toward Ewell's right flank as a raier with precipitating the battle or losing it. Stuart was absent on the day it began for the same re[14 more...