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Attached to the division commanded by Major-General Jubal A. Early, Hays's brigade, with the rest of the division, moved on Winchester from Nanied by Jones's battalion of artillery, moved Hocke's, Smith's, and Hays's brigades, by a road quite concealed from view of the enemy, to thes. The post of honor, to storm the redoubt, had been assigned to Hays's brigade, supported by the other two. They anxiously awaited the sling of our own artillery might reach our infantry, if advancing, Gen. Hays was ordered not to move until the cannonade on our side had ceased. Gen. Hays, however, finding the impediments and obstacles directly in front of him too great, availed himself of the time our artillery war positions. General Ewell, as well as Gen. Early, complimented Gen. Hays and his brigade very highly on their gallantry, and the redoubt taken was named "Redoubt-Hays," the chains of fortifications "La Hills" while the principal fort was named after him who but a year ago was the