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o the aid of Pope. On the 28th of August, Heintzelman had pushed forward to Centreville, entering it soon after Stonewall Jackson's rear-guard had retired. Insteadull Run and by noon on the 28th the whole corps was once more united between Centreville and Sudley Spring. Late in the day he encountered King's division of McDoweConfederate advance upon Washington. Lee, on discovering Pope's position at Centreville on the next day, sent Stonewall Jackson to turn the Federal right. Crossinge remnant of his army and by morning was ensconced behind the field-works at Centreville. There was no mistaking the fact that General Pope had lost the battle anentrenchments of Washington. After spending a day behind the embankments at Centreville, the retreat was begun. Lee's troops with Jackson in the advance pursued aned than Stuart was following them. Ascertaining that their main body was at Centreville and Fairfax Court House, he planned to make an attack on the pike between th