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Edmonston Publishing, 1993), 50. 64. Williams, From the Cannon's Mouth, 203; G. K. Warren to his fiancee Emily, April 17, 1863, Warren Papers, NYSL; Byrne and Weaver, Haskell of Gettysburg, 117. 65. De Trobriand, Four Years, 426; Haley, Rebel Yell and Yankee Hurrah, 74, 82,102. 66. "To Chancellorsville with the Iron Brigade: The Diary of Colonel Henry A. Morrow, Part I," Civil War Times Illustrated 14 (January 1976): 15; Wainwright, Diary of Battle, 229, 149,155. See also Meade, Life and Letters, 1:342-43.
Letter of "M. S. ), February 11, 1863; Holt, A Surgeon's Civil War, 47; Alan A. : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1984), 140. 17. Shaw, Blue-Eyed Child of Fortune, 271; James T. Miller (nth Pennsylvania) to his family, March 30,1863, Miller Family Papers, Schoff Collection, CLUM; Holt, A Surgeon's Civil War, Si. : Thomas Publications, 1991], 72). 18. Joseph Hooker to Edwin M. Stanton, December 4,1862, Edwin M. Stanton Papers, microfilm roll 4, LC; Daniel Larned to his uncle, January i, 1863, Daniel Larned Papers, LC.
See OR 25(2)115, 77-78. , 29). The subtraction of the number of Heintzelman's troops yields the figure given in the text for January 31. 36. S. : GPO, 1865), 73; Siegel, For the Glory of the Union, 138; letter of "W. ," Rochester Democrat and American, February 7, 1863; Brewster, When This Cruel War Is Over, 212. The reader should note that the army suffered the detachment of significant numbers of troops between January 31 and April 30, 1863 (the entire Ninth Corps and the Pennsylvania Reserve division), which renders invalid any simple comparison of numbers absent on those two dates.
Chancellorsville: The Battle and Its Aftermath by Gary W. Gallagher