Description of Chancellorsville and surrounding area

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Description of Chancellorsville and surrounding area - i , t . Chancellorsville is not a town, unless...
i , t . Chancellorsville is not a town, unless a sin- sin- V gle large two-story two-story two-story brick residence, formerly kept as a tavern,- tavern,- he such. This ; buildihgHs' situated on the' Orange and Fredericksburg plank. toad, 15 miles above Fredericksburg, f and about four miles south west of the Bap. luan ; river, uuu. just wueru me mam roaa from Ely s Ford falls into the plank road. . from the plank road, and, after pa?sirig for five miles , over a succession; of bills, falls again into the plank rbad at the crossing of the Old Hide road, ten miles above Freder- Freder- jcksburg, five miles north east from Chancel-lorsville; Chancel-lorsville; Chancel-lorsville; on the Rappahannock, ,1$ miles be- be- , low. the confluence with the Rapidan is the uuikuu omies j?uru; irum iuis wr.u, in a. southernly direction, runs the Old Mine road ? which crosses at a distance of hvc miles from the river the plank road at the point already described, ten n iles above Fredericksburg, and five miles below- below- Chancellorsville.1 . One and ' a half miles' above Chancellorsville. the road from Germanna falls into the plank road ; at or near Wilderness Church. It was by this

Clipped from The Spirit of the Age18 May 1863, MonPage 1

The Spirit of the Age (Raleigh, North Carolina)18 May 1863, MonPage 1
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