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uation of the Peninsula by the Federals was General Lee's movement, to throw beyond the Rapidan a ferate corps now fronted toward the main army of Lee, and the bragging Federal found himself between the small force of Jackson and crush it before Lee could advance to his rescue.
Following this plt the same time opening his communications with Lee's advance.
In all this, General Stuart gave
New glories, too, shone around the names of Lee, Jackson, Longstreet, Hood, Kemper and Jenkins;ll of Harper's Ferry — on the 17th of September-Lee had massed some 35,000 men on the banks of the ing that this time he had really gotten between Lee and Richmond.
What was his disgust to find, a straggling fringe of pines.
On these hills, Lee massed his artillery, to sweep the whole plain ks, abatis and rifle-pits.
Next morning General Lee assaulted in force, all along the line; andre's Hill by assault.
This acted as a check to Lee, who was forced to detach McLaws' division to d