CROSSROADS  GAZETTE
Volume III - FEATURES                                                     CROSSROADS, C.S.A

   General J.E.B Stuart
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CROSSROADS  GAZETTE
Volume III - FEATURES                                                     CROSSROADS, C.S.A

   General J.E.B Stuart
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REPORT OF HIS CAVALRY EXPEDITION INTO PENNSYLVANIA IN OCTOBER, 1862 BY MAJOR GENERAL J.E.B. STUART
"The following report, which was printed from an original MS. in General Stuart's own handwriting, does not appear in the Army of Northern Virginia reports, published by the Confederate Congress, and has, we believe, never been in print.  Like everything from the great cavalry chieftain, it will attract attention and be read with interest."(sic)...*
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CAVALRY OPERATIONS IN MAY, 1863 *REPORT OF GENERAL J.E.B. STUART OF WILDERNESS AND CHANCELLORSVILLE
"General- In anticipation of the detailed reports, 

 

I have the honor to submit the following sketch of the operations of the cavalry immediately preceding and during the battles of  the Wilderness and Chancellorsville.    The enemy had more than a week previously" (sic)....*
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DEATH OF MAJOR Gen J.E.B STUART BY EDITORIAL STAFF-S.H. SOCIETY PAPERS" 
      
"The  circumstances attending the wounding and death of the "Flower of Cavaliers"
(General J.E.B Stuart) ought to be put in permanent form for the use of the future historian, for no history of the Army of Northern Virginia would be complete which did not give large space to the chivalric deeds of this great soldier."(sic)....* 
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WOUNDING AND DEATH OF J.E.B.SUART - ERRORS CORRECTED:
The following comes from a source entitled
 

 

to the very highest consideration, and will be read with mournful interest by all who feel- and who does not?-an interest in the minutest details concerning the career and death of our "Flower of Cavaliers"(sic)....*

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STUART'S RIDE AND DEATH OF CAPT. LATANE BY HON. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, CO. F, 9TH, VIR CAVALRY.  

"At your request, I undertake, after an intervention of more than thirty-four years, to write (from memory, my recollections of Stuart's famous ride around McClellan's army in the early summer of 1862; and also thedeath of Captain William Latane, of the Essex Light Dragoons, who fell in a charge made by his squadron upon the enemy near the "Old Church," in Hanover country, Va"(sic)....*
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    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- reportofcalvaryexpedition1862.htm">REPORT OF HIS CAVALRY EXPEDITION INTO PENNSYLVANIA IN OCTOBER, 1862 BY MAJOR GENERAL J.E.B. STUART
"The following report, which was printed from an original MS. in General Stuart's own handwriting, does not appear in the Army of Northern Virginia reports, published by the Confederate Congress, and has, we believe, never been in print.  Like everything from the great cavalry chieftain, it will attract attention and be read with interest."(sic)...*
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CAVALRY OPERATIONS IN MAY, 1863 *REPORT OF GENERAL J.E.B. STUART OF WILDERNESS AND CHANCELLORSVILLE
"General- In anticipation of the detailed reports, 

 

I have the honor to submit the following sketch of the operations of the cavalry immediately preceding and during the battles of  the Wilderness and Chancellorsville.    The enemy had more than a week previously" (sic)....*
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DEATH OF MAJOR Gen J.E.B STUART BY EDITORIAL STAFF-S.H. SOCIETY PAPERS" 
      
"The  circumstances attending the wounding and death of the "Flower of Cavaliers"
(General J.E.B Stuart) ought to be put in permanent form for the use of the future historian, for no history of the Army of Northern Virginia would be complete which did not give large space to the chivalric deeds of this great soldier."(sic)....* 
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WOUNDING AND DEATH OF J.E.B.SUART - ERRORS CORRECTED:
The following comes from a source entitled
 

 

to the very highest consideration, and will be read with mournful interest by all who feel- and who does not?-an interest in the minutest details concerning the career and death of our "Flower of Cavaliers"(sic)....*

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STUART'S RIDE AND DEATH OF CAPT. LATANE BY HON. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, CO. F, 9TH, VIR CAVALRY.  

"At your request, I undertake, after an intervention of more than thirty-four years, to write (from memory, my recollections of Stuart's famous ride around McClellan's army in the early summer of 1862; and also thedeath of Captain William Latane, of the Essex Light Dragoons, who fell in a charge made by his squadron upon the enemy near the "Old Church," in Hanover country, Va"(sic)....*
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