his object, I received intelligence of our victory at Chancellorsville, and of Jackson's mortal wound.
We, nevertheless, co186280,000115,000
Field r. Then follows that most daring and wonderful battle, Chancellorsville, where it again triumphed, fifty thousand strong, agapular feeling after the battles of Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville.
At Fredericksburg we gained a battle, inflicting veave an opportunity to contractors to make money.
At Chancellorsville we gained another victory; our people were wild with he success of the Southern arms — at Gaines' Mill and Chancellorsville; whether the fight on the second of July should have te as well when we attacked them on the second day at Chancellorsville, and better on the 5th of May in the Wilderness, and fights around Richmond, his discomfiture of Pope, his Chancellorsville fight, and his series of battles in 1864, from the Wi