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" Do you know where he is and what he is doing? I fear he will steal a march on us and get across the Potomac before we are aware. If you find that he is moving northward, and that two brigades can guard the Blue Ridge and take care of your rear, you can... "
HISTORIES OF THE SEVERAL REGIMENTS AND BATTALIONS FROM NORTH CAROLINA IN THE ... - Page 558
by MEMBERS OF THE RESPECTIVE COMMANDS - 1901
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The Century, Volume 34

1887
...Commanding Cavalry. GENERAL : I have just received your note of 7:45 this morning to General Longstreet I judge the efforts of the enemy yesterday were to...arrest our progress and ascertain our whereabouts. Perhaps he is satisfied. Do you know where he is and what he is doing ? I fear he will steal a march...
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Mosby's War Reminiscences, and Stuart's Cavalry Campaigns

John Singleton Mosby - United States - 1887 - 256 pages
...Commanding Cavalry. GENERAL : I have just received your note of 7.45 this morning to General Longstreet. I judge the efforts of the enemy yesterday were to...arrest our progress and ascertain our whereabouts. Perhaps he is satisfied. Do you know where he is and what he is doing? I fear he will steal a march...
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Southern historical society papers

R. A. Brock - 1895
...JEB Stuart: " GENERAL, I have just received your note of 7:45 this morning to General Longstreet. I judge the efforts of the enemy yesterday were to...arrest our progress, and ascertain our whereabouts. Perhaps he is satisfied. Do you know where he is, and what he is doing? I fear he will steal a march...
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Robert E. Lee and the Southern Confederacy, 1807-1870

Henry Alexander White - United States - 1897 - 467 pages
...found this message on the way to Stuart : " Do you know where he [Hooker] is and what he is doing? I fear he will steal a march on us and get across the Potomac before we are aware. If you find that he is moving northward, and that two brigades can guard the Hlue Ridge and take care...
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Confederate Military History: A Library of Confederate States History, Volume 3

Clement Anselm Evans - Confederate States of America - 1899
...safety of his right, wrote to Stuart, on the 2 ad : "Do you know where Hooker is, and what he is doing? I fear he will steal a march on us and get across the Potomac before we are aware. If you find that he is moving northward, and that two brigades can guard the Blue ridge and take care...
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Stuart's Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign

John Singleton Mosby - Gettysburg Campaign, 1863 - 1908 - 222 pages
...-GENERAL STUART: GENERAL: I have just received your note of 7.45 this morning to General Longstreet. I judge the efforts of the enemy yesterday were to...arrest our progress and ascertain our whereabouts. Perhaps be is satisfied. Do you know where he is and what he is doing? / fear he u-ill steal a march...
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Robert E. Lee: Man and Soldier

Thomas Nelson Page - United States - 1911 - 734 pages
...your means capture it." On the same day Lee wrote Stuart, expressing concern lest the enemy should "steal a march on us and get across the Potomac before we are aware," and authorizing him, if he found the enemy moving northward, to leave two brigades to guard the Blue...
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Robert E. Lee: Man and Soldier

Thomas Nelson Page - United States - 1911 - 734 pages
...your means capture it." On the same day Lee wrote Stuart, expressing concern lest the enemy should "steal a march on us and get across the Potomac before we are aware," and authorizing him, if he found the enemy moving northward, to leave two brigades to guard the Blue...
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The novels, stories, sketches and poems of Thomas Nelson Page, Volume 17

Thomas Nelson Page - 1912
...your means capture it." On the same day Lee wrote Stuart, expressing concern lest the enemy should "steal a march on us and get across the Potomac before we are aware," and authorizing him, if he found the enemy moving northward, to leave two brigades to guard the Blue...
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Novels, Stories, Sketches and Poems, Volume 17

Thomas Nelson Page - Southern States - 1912
...your means capture it." On the same day Lee wrote Stuart, expressing concern lest the enemy should "steal a march on us and get across the Potomac before we are aware," and authorizing him, if he found the enemy moving northward, to leave two brigades to guard the Blue...
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