nd ask him whether there are any objections to his cavalry being ordered to the vicinity of Staunton, if it is not already there.
Very truly yours, T. J. Jackson.
A call for artillery.
Please have the following telegraphed to General R. E. Lee:
Brown's Gap, June 11, 1862.—Send four pieces of artillery with every thousand infantry. T. J. Jackson, Major General.
Major: Please forward the above by telegraph.
I hope to get you a colonelcy.
Yours truly, T. J. Jackson.
eral W. H. C. Whiting, Mechum's River Depot:
Halt your advance at such point as you may desire until you get your division together. T. J. Jackson, Major-General.
A telegram to General Lee.
near Mount Meridian, June 15, 1862. General R. E. Lee, Richmond:
The reinforcements are ordered, as authorized by your telegram of yesterday. T. J. Jackson, Major-General.
Please have good encampments selected for the troops, where there is plenty of wood and water, and, if practicabl