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Chapter 37: The enemy crosses the Potomac and Concentrates at Warrenton advances upon Fredericksburg its position our forces the enemy crosses the Rappahannock attack on General Jackson the main attack repulse of the enemy on the right assaults on the left the enemy's columns broken and Fleeing casualties position during the winter the enemy again crosses the Rappahannock converging toward Chancellorsville, to the rear of our position inactivity on our front our forc
al McClellan crossed the Potomac east of the Blue Ridge and advanced southward, seizing the passes of the mountains as he progressed.
In the latter part of the month he began to incline eastwardly from the mountains, moving in the direction of Warrenton, about which he finally concentrated, his cavalry being thrown forward beyond the Rappahannock in the direction of Culpeper Court House.
On November 15th the enemy was in motion.
The indications were that Fredericksburg was again to be occu