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Chapter 18: Campaign of 1864-the Wilderness Grant his rough chivalry his imperturbable grit his theory of attrition its effect upon the spirit of Lee's Army an artilleryman of that Army in Campaign trim sundown prayer-meetings the Wilderness an infantry fight a cup of coffee with Gen. Ewell in the forest Ewell and Jackson-Longstreet struck down. Without recanting the statement that Chancellorsville is the most brilliant of Lee's single battles, I do not hesitate to say that in my opinion — that is, if and so far as I am entitled to an opinion on the subject — the campaign of 1864, from the Wilderness to Cold Harbor, inclusive, is the greatest of all Lee's campaigns-incomparably the greatest exhibition of generalship and soldiership ever given by the great leader and his devoted followers. Manifestly, one of the indispensable elements in any estimate of this campaign is the man now, for the first time, opposed to us. I do not propose to enter upon any extende