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April the strength of Banks' corps, embracing Shields, is given by General McClellan as 23,339, inc to leave for Harper's Ferry the next day.
Shields' report — Rebellion Record, volume IV; Ashby'eport.
Confederate Official Reports.
General Shields had made his dispositions to meet attack,lls back to Strasburg, which he fortifies.
Shields left New Market May 12th. He assumes a defenswas at Strasburg with about six thousand men, Shields having been taken from him to swell a column promptly burned the first two, and thus left Shields with an impassable river between them, entiregade, at dawn, across both rivers and against Shields.
Ewell was directed to leave Trimble's brigatreat, and retired sixty miles to Strasburg.
Shields, so soon as his broken brigades rejoined him,ed march, are not able to defeat the 7,000 of Shields'. After a fierce struggle he suffers a severeis following, attacks the advance brigades of Shields and completely defeats them, driving them eig