New York Herald, “What is the Rebel Army of Virginia About?,” May 31, 1863

Source citation
“What is the Rebel Army of Virginia About?,” New York Herald, May 31, 1863, p. 4: 4.
Newspaper: Publication
New York Herald
Newspaper: Headline
What is the Rebel Army of Virginia About?
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4
Newspaper: Column
4
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Newspaper
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Exact
Transcriber
Don Sailer, Dickinson College
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The following text is presented here in complete form, as it originally appeared in print. Spelling and typographical errors have been preserved as in the original.

WHAT IS THE REBEL ARMY OF VIRGINIA ABOUT? – There seems to be a great deal of ignorance and some little alarm at Washington concerning the mysterious movements of the rebel army in front of General Hooker. Is Lee sending off reinforcements to Suffolk, or to Tennessee, or to Vicksburg, or is he moving for another invasion of Maryland? Why not make an effort in the way of a reconnoissance to find out where General Lee’s strength really lies, and what it amounts to? Why there should be any mystery as to the present strength and positions occupied by Lee’s army we cannot divine, when General Stoneman and his splendid body of horsemen can in a few days settle all doubts upon the subject.

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