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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.2 (search)
. I found him at the house of his uncle, Dr. Jesse Ewell, in the northern part of Prince William c incessant. During the day I noticed that General Ewell became excited to such a degree that I spoConfederate cause. It is evident that in 1862 Ewell appreciated Jackson. Confesses his mistak the battle of Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862, General Ewell, with General D. H. Hill, went to Jackson' words to that effect. This I was told by General Ewell the next morning. During the night of Jul Ewell. What General Jackson thought of General Ewell's services may be inferred from Dr. Dabneyrn Historical Society Papers, No. 1877, of General Ewell: His military record for the year 18622, would be shorn of half their proportions if Ewell's name was blotted from the record. Jackson'sion and Reconstruction, commanded a brigade in Ewell's division during the Valley campaign of 1862.e temporary absence of Jackson from the front, Ewell summoned me to his side and immediately rushed[7 more...]