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urg road, and his company buried Captain Robertson in Union church-yard by the brick wall opposite the gate — the first church on the road from Harrisonburg to Port Republic.
Feelings of sorrow at the loss of so many friends strongly impressed us all, and Saturday was quietly spent in taking position and going into camp near the Sross--Keys.
On Sunday morning Fremont began to press us from Harrisonburg.
Early that morning a body of cavalry and two pieces of artillery had dashed into Port Republic, capturing a number of persons, and nearly capturing Jackson who was there.
They were Shields's advance.
While Fremont had followed us up the Valley road, Shppeared more certain to combining Generals the success of their strategy.
The quickness and genius of Jackson overmatched them.
Escaping from the Federals in Port Republic by hard riding, he swiftly galloped over the bridge in front of their cavalry and artillery, put a battery in position so quickly, and opened such a prodigious