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Edward Alfred Pollard, The lost cause; a new Southern history of the War of the Confederates ... Drawn from official sources and approved by the most distinguished Confederate leaders. 42 0 Browse Search
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eneral signification. It drew, however, upon Jackson a great deal of censure; he was, says one of was shifted from the lines of the Potomac, Gen. Jackson remained in the Shenandoah Valley. Ewell's and Fremont in Western Virginia. As soon as Jackson had been reinforced by Ewell's division, whicd upon Fremont, who was a few marches behind, Jackson determined to deceive them and fall back. Moof the enemy. When Shields, who had followed Jackson since the battle of Kernstown, found him stro their assistance. Thinking, therefore, that Jackson was busily engaged in that distant quarter, aarmy in motion from Strasburg; he feared that Jackson, moving from Front Royal on the converging rohen some fifteen miles below Port Republic. Gen. Jackson's position was about equi-distant from bothd. But the termination of the campaign found Jackson crowned with an almost marvellous success. Irge converging armies. On the 12th of June Jackson encamped near Weyer's Cave. Here the pious c[9 more...]
office. his appearance and manners. the seven days battles around Richmond. Lee's plan of operations. Jackson's withdrawal from the Valley masked. battles of Mechanicsville and Beaver Dam. repulse of the Confederates at Beaver Dam Creek. Jackson flanks the enemy's position. McClellan's retreat to Gaines' Mills. its strategic design. extraordinary strength of the new position. Gen. Lee waiting for the great battle. battle of Gaines' Mills. heroic fight of Hill's division. the enemy gains ground. an urgent message to Longstreet. Jackson appears. final charge of the day. its fierce grandeur. victory of the Confederates. McClellan retreats towards the James River. failure of Magruder and Huger to intercept him. the great errour which they committed. battle of savage Station. McClellan crosses White Oak Swamp. failure of Huger's attack. another opportunity lost. battle of Frazier's farm. Hill and Longstreet's troops only engaged. battle of Malvern Hill. McCl