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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
er's Store, January 2d 1862. Col., I am on my way to Bath and hope to be at Hancock to morrow, so you need not be concerned should you hear firing in that direction Your Obd't Servt T. J. Jackson, Maj. Genl. Lt. Col. Turner Ashby, Comdg Cavalry. Hd'qrs. Valley Dist., April 16th, 1862. Dear Colonel, Carry out your suggestions of burning the bridge at Ripley's if it does not interfere with your falling back. Send back your train and establish your camp at the woods this side of Mt Jackson. All my information is to the effect that the Federal troops from the East are for Banks. Very truly yours T. J. Jackson, Maj. Gen. How many men were captured of Harper's company so far as you have ascertained? The first in order of these curious papers is an order from General J. E. Johnston to Captain Ashby, when Johnston commanded the Confederate forces at Harper's Ferry, Va., having relieved Colonel T. J. Jackson (promoted to Brigadier-General June 18, 1861). His farthest
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Maryland Confederates. (search)
er's Store, January 2d 1862. Col., I am on my way to Bath and hope to be at Hancock to morrow, so you need not be concerned should you hear firing in that direction Your Obd't Servt T. J. Jackson, Maj. Genl. Lt. Col. Turner Ashby, Comdg Cavalry. Hd'qrs. Valley Dist., April 16th, 1862. Dear Colonel, Carry out your suggestions of burning the bridge at Ripley's if it does not interfere with your falling back. Send back your train and establish your camp at the woods this side of Mt Jackson. All my information is to the effect that the Federal troops from the East are for Banks. Very truly yours T. J. Jackson, Maj. Gen. How many men were captured of Harper's company so far as you have ascertained? The first in order of these curious papers is an order from General J. E. Johnston to Captain Ashby, when Johnston commanded the Confederate forces at Harper's Ferry, Va., having relieved Colonel T. J. Jackson (promoted to Brigadier-General June 18, 1861). His farthest