Southern History of the War: The Second Year of the War
C.B. Richardson, 1864 - Confederate States of America - 386 pages
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A. P. Hill advance already appeared arms army artillery attack attempt bank batteries battle bridge brigade called campaign carried cavalry charge command commenced Confederacy Confederate corps covered crossed defeated direction division driven effect eight enemy enemy's engaged fact fall Federal fell field fight fire five followed forces formed four front ground guns half hands heavy Hill horse hour hundred immediately important infantry Jackson killed Longstreet loss McClellan miles military Mississippi morning moved movement nearly never night North numbers o'clock occupied officers opened operations passed political portion position Potomac prisoners railroad reached rear received regiment remarkable retreat Richmond river road side soldiers soon South Southern spirit success taken thing thousand tion town troops turned Vicksburg victory Virginia Washington West whole woods wounded Yankee