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over to Mine Run; the bitter struggle in the Wilderness when General Grant advanced; the fighting all along the Po in Spotsylvania; the headlong gallop past the South Anna, and the bloody struggle near the Yellow Tavern, where the cavalier, who had view that they did all the fighting.
General Lee, however, knew accurately what was done, and what was not done.
In Spotsylvania, after Stuart's fall, he exclaimed: If Stuart only were here!
I can scarcely think of him without weeping.
The greain, Monocacy, Williamsport, Shepherdstown, Paris, Barbee's, Jeffersonton, Culpeper Court-House, Brandy, Kelly's Ford, Spotsylvania — in these, and a hundred other hotly-contested actions, he was in the very thickest of the fight, cheering on the sha Stuart and tell him to act upon his own judgment, and do what he thinks best — I have implicit confidence in him.
In Spotsylvania, as we have seen, General Lee could scarcely think of him without weeping.
The implicit confidence of Jackson, and th