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A. P. Hill advance afternoon already arrived artillery assault attack attempt Banks batteries battle bridge brigade brought Burnside cavalry centre charge Chickahominy Colonel command Confederate continued corps cover crossing directed division driven Early east efforts enemy engaged Federal army Ferry field fight fire flank followed force ford formed forward four Franklin Fredericksburg front ground guns half hand held Hill Hill's hold Hooker hour infantry Jackson latter Lee's Longstreet loss Manassas McClellan McDowell miles morning mountain moved movement night numbers occupied officers operations ordered passed placed Pope Pope's Porter position Potomac present railroad reached rear Records regiments reinforcements remained repulse reserve rest retreat Richmond river road says seems sent severe Sharpsburg side skirmishers soon strength Stuart took troops turn turnpike Virginia whole woods wounded
第 4 頁 - Kentucky, the army and flotilla at Cairo, and a naval force in the Gulf of Mexico, be ready to move on that day. " That all other forces, both land and naval, with their respective commanders, obey existing orders for the time, and be ready to obey additional orders when duly given. " That the heads of departments and especially the Secretaries of War and of the Navy, with all their subordinates...
第 331 頁 - Believing that the people of Maryland possess a spirit too lofty to submit to such a government, the people of the South have long wished to aid you in throwing off this foreign yoke, to enable you again to enjoy the inalienable rights of freemen, and restore the independence and sovereignty of your State.
第 330 頁 - It is right that you should know the purpose that has brought the army under my command within the limits of your State, so far as that purpose concerns yourselves. The people of the Confederate States have long watched with the deepest sympathy the wrongs and outrages that have been inflicted upon the citizens of a Commonwealth allied to the States of the South by the strongest social, political, and commercial ties.
第 332 頁 - The army will resume its march to-morrow, taking the Hagerstown road. General Jackson's command will form the advance, and, after passing Middletown, with such portion as he may select, take the route...
第 78 頁 - I will do all that a general can do with the splendid army I have the honor to command, and, if it is destroyed by overwhelming numbers, can at least die with it and share its fate. But if the result of the action which will probably occur to-morrow, or within a short time, is a disaster, the responsibility cannot be thrown on my shoulders; it must rest where it belongs.
第 156 頁 - taking strong positions and holding them," of "lines of retreat,
第 156 頁 - I have come to you from the West, where we have always seen the backs of our enemies — from an army whose business it has been to seek the adversary, and to beat him when found, whose policy has been attack and not defence.
第 332 頁 - Railroad, capture such of the enemy as may be at Martinsburg; and intercept such as may attempt to escape from Harper's Ferry. General Longstreet's command will pursue the same road as far as Boonsboro', where it will halt with the reserve, supply and baggage trains of the army.
第 157 頁 - If a soldier or legitimate follower of the army be fired upon from any house, the house shall be razed to the ground, and the inhabitants sent prisoners to the headquarters of this army. If such an outrage occur at any place distant from settlements the people within five miles around shall be held accountable, and made to pay an indemnity sufficient for the case.