Browsing named entities in John Esten Cooke, Wearing of the Gray: Being Personal Portraits, Scenes, and Adventures of War.. You can also browse the
collection for Jackson (Mississippi, United States) or search for Jackson (Mississippi, United States) in
Your search returned 30 results in 9 document
d, galloped up to Jackson and groaned out, General, they are beating us back!
Jackson's set face did not move.
Sir, he said, we will give them the bayonet.
Withould Harbour, when the writer of this was sent by General Stuart to ascertain if Jackson's corps had gone in, and what were his dispositions for battle.
A group near never saw a deeper suppression of concentrated anger than that which shone in Jackson's eye, or heard a human voice more menacing.
There were other times when Jch beat under that calm exterior, making its possessor one altogether lovely.
Jackson's appearance and manners, on the contrary, were such as conciliate a familiar,re those who said that all this indicated a partial species of insanity — that Jackson's mind was not sound.
Other stories are told of him which aim to show that hi possessed a sanity for all practical purposes difficult to dispute.
Jackson's religious opinions are unknown to the present writer.
He has been called a