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Read at Seventeenth annual reunion Louisiana Division U. C. V., Monroe, October 15, 1908, by Captain James Dinkins, member of the history committee.
[The gallant Captain Dinkins has contributed frequently from his experience in the field to the newspaper press.
Many graphic articles from his pen have appeared in the New Orleans Picayune.—Ed.]
After the first Maryland campaign the Army of Northern Virginia rested for a short time in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley.
About the 13th of November we received orders to march, and hurried with all speed towards Rapidan station.
Burnside bad moved from Warrenton, destined for Richmond.
Then began a race between the two great armies which ended at Fredericksburg.
McLaws' Division, composed of Kershaw's South Carolina, Semmes' Georgia, Cobb's Georgia and Barksdale's Mississippi Brigades, was under Jackson at that time.
It was not a question if we could reach Fredericksburg ahead of Burnside; we were obliged to do so. The weather