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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: Volume 2., Stonewall Jackson in the Shenandoah. (search)
ating himself, for the first time in all my intercourse with him, he outlined the day's proposed operations. I remember perfectly his conversation. He said: Charley Winder [Brigadier-General commanding his old Stonewall brigade] will cross the river at daybreak and attack Shields on the Lewis farm [two miles below]. I shall sup were in no danger from the shot or shell which passed over us. Just about the time our mule circus was at its height, news came up the line from the left that Winder's brigade near the river was giving way. Jackson rode down in that direction to see what it meant. As he passed on the brink of our ravine, his eye caught the scand be ready to move. Then he dashed on. He found his old brigade had yielded slightly to overwhelming pressure. I The first Confederate assault was made by Winder's (Stonewall) brigade, and was repulsed by the troops of Carroll's brigade. An incident of the counter-charge is thus described by Colonel Henry B. Kelly, C. S.