rusted lieutenant, the justly celebrated Stonewall Jackson, with two divisions—his own (so-called),clear that the peninsula was being evacuated, Jackson was reinforced by the division of A. P. Hill.n came.
Having received information, reports Jackson, that only a part of General Pope's army wases that he did not intend for Banks to attack Jackson with his corps, but, as the Confederates advar.
After the battle at Cedar mountain, General Jackson moved his command to the vicinity of Gord Lee, accompanying Longstreet's corps, joined Jackson, and on the 21st, the Confederate army moved
The puzzled Federals had been searching for Jackson, and now that they had found him, they wantede of battle swayed forward and backward.
General Jackson had ordered his brigade commanders not toven off the entire field.
In the advance of Jackson, Archer's, Thomas' and Pender's brigades actihe Federal army retreated toward Fairfax, and Jackson was sent in pursuit over the Little River roa