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George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Chapter 5: return to Strasburg (continued)—Banks's flight to WinchesterBattle of Winchester. (search)
would be fraught with the happiest results. See Taylor's Four years with General Lee, p. 38. See also Narrne of Ewell's brigades, the largest of his command (Taylor's), was to march from Elk Run Valley, by way of Kee remains to add, that Ewell's division,--made up of Taylor's brigade (6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Louisiana regimenreached on the 20th, having been joined en route by Taylor's brigade of Ewell's division. On the twenty-firSupported by cavalry, who in turn were sustained by Taylor's brigade of infantry and two battalions of Louisia cavalry, threw himself forward on the right; while Taylor, with the first regiment of his brigade, advanced aroared, the shells burst, and the fragments howled; Taylor's infantry poured terrific volleys into the confuseempting to force a passage through his lines. With Taylor's brigade, supported by Campbell's brigade, Jacksonith his cavalry, Poague's artillery (six guns), and Taylor's brigade of infantry, set his own face towards Win
George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Chapter 6: battle of Winchester (continued)—Federal retreat across the Potomac to Williamsport. (search)
ward one of his reserve brigades, the one commanded by General Taylor, which with Elzey's brigade was in reserve behind the good order steadily but rapidly up the hill. This was Taylor's brigade, numbering four thousand men (about five hundredand Mississippi, where I went to receive the parole of General Taylor's army, I had a conversation with the latter about thes lines with the accuracy of a parade. When Jackson saw Taylor in motion, he galloped along the rear of his line to the cged him; for now, looking down upon the steady movement of Taylor (despite the fire we poured into him), he saw the Twenty-nl, Carpenter's, and Taliaferro's brigades; to my right was Taylor's brigade; and hurrying up from the reserve was Elzey's,--main body of Jackson's forces crossed a deadlier fire from Taylor's brigade, now on the crest in our rear. Above the din off the town. On the west, the long and glittering lines of Taylor, after one thundering discharge, were sweeping at a bayone
George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Index (search)
, Va., occupied and fortified by Banks's corps, 173,174. Banks's retreat from, to Winchester (Va.), 201-224. Strother, Mr., his Recollections of a Campaign in Virginia, 202 (note), 294 (note), 330, 331 (note), 348-350. Sullivan, Colonel, Federal officer, 133, 164, 165. Surgeon, a Rebel, how he was captured and interviewed by General Gordon, 216, 217. What he said to Banks, 225. T Taliaferro, Genera], Rebel officer in Stonewall Jackson's army, 177, 240, 289, 292, 295, 318. Taylor, Colonel, Rebel officer under Stonewall Jackson, 209, 237, 240. Telegraph, an exasperating yet amusing talk by, 41-44. Tenth Maine Regiment, the, its heroic conduct and terrible loss in the battle of Cedar Mountain, 298-302. Theatrical company, a, among soldiers, 173, 201. Account of one of them concerning Rebel cruelties, 254. Thomas, George H., commands Federal forces in Civil War, 36, 37. Tower, General, 319, 320. Trimble, General, Rebel officer, 285, 236. Tucker, F.