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Robert Lewis Dabney, Life and Commands of Lieutenand- General Thomas J. Jackson, Chapter 7: Manassas. (search)
a bolder elevation than the other heights of Bull Run. Upon those hills was fought the first Battl detachment of all arms, to force the line of Bull Run, at Mitchell's and McLean's fords, upon the d and extended a line as that which he held on Bull Run. To do this, was to give the enemy leisure aflanking force marched down the south side of Bull Run, crushed the brigade which guarded the Stone his initial plan, and throw 20,000 men across Bull Run, at and near Sudley Ford, without a show of oile the centre and right were advanced across Bull Run, and swung around into a position parallel tof the Confederate battle on the north side of Bull Run and in their rear, told them that their line an elevated ridge running at right angles to Bull Run, between Young's Branch and another rivulet tut. Every man sought the nearest crossing of Bull Run. Cannon, small arms, standards, were deserte, withering away in inaction on the plains of Bull Run, now doubly pestilential from the miasma of t[11 more...]
Robert Lewis Dabney, Life and Commands of Lieutenand- General Thomas J. Jackson, Chapter 16: second Manassa's. (search)
e Bridge, and by the division of Ewell, which had crossed Bull Run and marched up its north bank until it fell into the sameward across the hills, in a line oblique to the course of Bull Run, toward the road by which Longstreet was expected from Thore toward his left, was preparing to force him back from Bull Run, and to crush him before his supports could arrive. His nd embankments of an unfinished railroad, which, crossing Bull Run a half mile below Sudley, ran westward, parallel to the their retreat into a disaster if they attempted to cross Bull Run in his immediate front and retire without fighting. He wn their enemies. As they drove them for two miles toward Bull Run, they strewed the ground with slaughter, until fury itseling squarely from his antagonists, keeping his right upon Bull Run, until his. left met the support of the approaching columo so. God, in His providence, has again placed us across Bull Run; and I pray that He will make our arms entirely successfu