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Chapter 22: battle of Fredericksburg. Description of the field Marye's Heights position of the troops of Longstreet's command General Jackson called down from Orange Court House, and preparations made for a determined stand signal guns at three o'clock in the morning announce the long-expected battle Burnside's bridge-builders thrice driven back from their work the crossing finally made by boats Federals under hot fire enter Fredericksburg how they obtained their foothold on
, of the First and Sixth Corps, on the left.
The batteries of the corps were under authority of corps commanders.
There were but few shots exchanged during the 12th, and these not of great damage.
On the Confederate side the First Corps (Longstreet's) was in position from Taylor's Hill across Deep Run Bottom.
The Second Corps was in mass about the wooded heights at Hamilton's Crossing.
His cavalry and horse artillery were on his right in the Massaponax Valley. General R. Ransom's divisi