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Operations of General J. E. B. Stuart before Chancellorsville. By Adjutant R. T. Hubard, of the Third Virginia Cavalry. The following extract was clipped from the Richmond (Virginia) Daily Whig, of July 31, 1879: Mahone at Chancellorsville. Colonel William E. Cameron, in Philadelphia Weekly Times. Meantime, what of the army thus beset and imperilled? We have said that General Slocum's column encountered no opposition in the tedious and circuitous march to Kelly's, or in effect
g advised of a force crossing at Kelly's ford, naturally looked for an advance upon Culpeper, and made his dispositions accordingly.
It must be borne in mind that those important arteries of supply — the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad and the James River and Kanawha canal — were frequently the objective points which were aimed at by heavy columns of Federal troops during the war. That a large column, or even a mixed column of cavalry and infantry, crossing at Kelly's ford, would aim at Gordons