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his eight thousand trained soldiers under General Banks sped toward Gordonsville, to strike the fiht him into national importance. The corps of Banks, Fremont, and McDowell were consolidated to foof Virginia on the 26th of June. McDowell and Banks made no protest; but Fremont refused to serve nia. His progress was slow. The remainder of Banks's corps reached Culpeper on the 8th. On the mthe whole line thereby thrown into confusion. Banks, however, received no reenforcements, while Jaack on the infantry supporting the batteries. Banks underestimated the strength of the Confederateeper and but one or two north of the mountain, Banks's cavalry were waiting to oppose Jackson's advere was his chance at Cedar Mountain. He sent Banks with nearly eight thousand men against this brlding a strong position on a mountain side. Banks with his infantry left Culpeper Court House onriving just before dark. He instantly ordered Banks to withdraw his right wing so as to make room [6 more...]