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ck below the James; and it is not probable that Lee had much, if any, over 60,000 men on the Rappah merely a great but a crushing victory. I have Lee's army in one hand and Richmond in the other, wssing in force until it was too late to call on Lee for reenforcements; and he had no choice but tounder Sedgwick, below Fredericksburg; but, when Lee heard that Hooker had crossed in force above, h to bar his progress, until he should fall upon Lee's rear, simultaneously with an attack by Hookerrder to force McLaws and gain the river road, Gen. Lee massed a heavy force upon this weakened part y have been willing to repeat that madness; but Lee manifestly was not. The day passed with little explain his retreat, and on the other to excuse Lee's failure to molest it. Hooker, his army havver submitted to the arbitrament of battle. Lee issued a kindred order next day; in which, withup and drew off-doubtless under orders given by Lee when he seemed most in need of help on the Rapp[20 more...]
the Blue Ridge Jenkins raids to Chambersburg Lee crosses the Potomac Hooker and Halleck at oddsnd so fruitlessly crimsoned with their blood, Gen. Lee was impelled to break the brief rest by a detredericksburg and Chancellorsville? In fact, Lee's invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania at thatd since Hooker recrossed the Rappahannock, when Lee put his columns in motion up the southern bank begin to fall back or prepare to fight half of Lee's army; so he retreated to the fords and recros getting into and out of the Gap; during which, Lee moved rapidly southward, passing around our rigory to an advance of the 1st and 6th corps; but Lee at the same time crossing Robertson's river andthe scene, and considerably deranged Hill's (or Lee's) calculations. Hill turned, of course, to fi 40. Our command of the ford was complete; and Lee, thoroughly worsted, fell back to Culpepper tha70,000 men were engaged in this movement; while Lee (Longstreet being still absent) could oppose to[20 more...]
Fredericksburg, 394; worsted by Stuart and Fitz Hugh Lee, 396; his raid on Richmond. 565-6; is wou Lee, Gen. A. L., on Red river, 536 to 546. Lee, Lt., killed at Galveston, 324. Lee, Gen. Roon, operations near, 179; Rebel attack on. 180; Lee encamps at, 212. Manigault, Gen., wounded ats conduct censured, 192; concentrates to resist Lee, 193: crosses the Potomac, 193; discovers Lee's1; succeeds Gen. Hooker in command, 375; fights Lee at Gettysburg, 380-388; his caution, 389; holdscond Bull Run, 189. Pennsylvania, invaded by Lee, 393. Pensacola, retaken by Union forces, 45y., battle and map of, 219. Petersburg, Va., Lee's retreat from, 739. Pettigrew, Brig.-Gen., or rations, &c., 186 defeated at Gainesville by Lee and Jackson, 187; his retreat, 188; his disaste captures Jeff. Davis, 756. Proclamation, of Lee to Maryland, 193-4; of Gen. Fremont, modified b4; routs Early at Waynesboroa, 727; attacked by Lee at Five Forks. 731; relieves Warren from comman[13 more...]