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had turned back along the road itself, and his men had orders to fire upon any advance from the Federal position. The next day, with a cry of Remember Jackson! the line in gray again swept forward, and by nine in the morning had carried the rude breastworks in the left-hand picture. Hooker withdrew his entire army. Yet the Confederate victory lacked the completeness that would have been expected with Jackson in the saddle; and the Confederacy had lost one of its greatest captains. Dowdall's tavern Where the federals made a stand South of the Plank road Trees shattered by the firing near the spot where Jackson fell overspread the land, Jackson, accompanied by members of his staff, undertook a reconnaissance of the Federal lines. He was planning a night attack. He came upon a line of Union infantry lying on its arms and was forced to turn back along the Plank Road, on both sides of which he had stationed his own men with orders to fire upon any body of men approachi