General order no. 14, 1864 February 3.


Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870. General order no. 14, 1864 February 3.

General order no. 14, 1864 February 3.

An order written by Confederate General Robert E. Lee to a division commander, General Jubal Anderson Early. Lee commends units of the Army of the Tennessee that have re-enlisted in the Confederate Army, specifically Hart's Battery, Battle's Brigade, Dole's Brigade, Ramseur's Brigade, Johnson's Brigade, Daniel's Brigade, the 8th and 11th Alabama Infantry Regiments, and the 47th North Carolina Infantry Regiment.

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