ppled and driven.
Sedgwick's advance from Fredericksburg.
it arrests Lee's pursuit of Hooker.
theis army crossed the river some miles above Fredericksburg, at the United States', Ely's, and Germania few out-houses, about eleven miles above Fredericksburg, and about four miles south of the point othe inferiour of which-that of Sedgwick at Fredericksburg — was equal in numbers to his whole army.
rd of the army with which he had fought at Fredericksburg to confront demonstrations of the enemy onTaking from the account the forces left at Fredericksburg, Lee was out-numbered nearly three to one.hat Sedgwick, who had crossed the river at Fredericksburg, had taken Marye's Heights, which had beenn near Salem Church, about five miles from Fredericksburg, where he threw up some slight field-worksooker, and caused him to send back towards Fredericksburg the division of McLaw to support Early andemy was now driven from every point around Fredericksburg, and it but remained to make short work of