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Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
From the army of Northern Virginia. We have but little news from Gen. Lee's army. On Friday the enemy crossed the Potomac at Williamsport, some ten or fifteen thousand strong, over to Martinsburg. On learning of the enemy's advance, Stonewall Jackson attacked him and drove him back across the river on a "double-quick." The Yankees are represented as not having waited for the second fire from our men. The movement, no doubt, was intended as a rute de guerre to draw Jackson over into Maryland, having, it is presumed, laid a trap for that astute General; but he was not to be caught. Saturday morning everything along the lines was in statu quo.
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From the army of Northern Virginia. We have but little news from Gen. Lee's army. On Friday the enemy crossed the Potomac at Williamsport, some ten or fifteen thousand strong, over to Martinsburg. On learning of the enemy's advance, Stonewall Jackson attacked him and drove him back across the river on a "double-quick." The Yankees are represented as not having waited for the second fire from our men. The movement, no doubt, was intended as a rute de guerre to draw Jackson over into Maryland, having, it is presumed, laid a trap for that astute General; but he was not to be caught. Saturday morning everything along the lines was in statu quo.
Stonewall Jackson (search for this): article 1
From the army of Northern Virginia. We have but little news from Gen. Lee's army. On Friday the enemy crossed the Potomac at Williamsport, some ten or fifteen thousand strong, over to Martinsburg. On learning of the enemy's advance, Stonewall Jackson attacked him and drove him back across the river on a "double-quick." The Yankees are represented as not having waited for the second fire from our men. The movement, no doubt, was intended as a rute de guerre to draw Jackson over into Mar thousand strong, over to Martinsburg. On learning of the enemy's advance, Stonewall Jackson attacked him and drove him back across the river on a "double-quick." The Yankees are represented as not having waited for the second fire from our men. The movement, no doubt, was intended as a rute de guerre to draw Jackson over into Maryland, having, it is presumed, laid a trap for that astute General; but he was not to be caught. Saturday morning everything along the lines was in statu quo.
R. E. Lee (search for this): article 1
From the army of Northern Virginia. We have but little news from Gen. Lee's army. On Friday the enemy crossed the Potomac at Williamsport, some ten or fifteen thousand strong, over to Martinsburg. On learning of the enemy's advance, Stonewall Jackson attacked him and drove him back across the river on a "double-quick." The Yankees are represented as not having waited for the second fire from our men. The movement, no doubt, was intended as a rute de guerre to draw Jackson over into Maryland, having, it is presumed, laid a trap for that astute General; but he was not to be caught. Saturday morning everything along the lines was in statu quo.