, 286 (and note), 287.
Attacks Jackson at Cedar Mountain, 290, 291 (and note); inadequate dispositid at the battle of Cedar Mountain, 332.
Cedar Mountain, battle of, 282-313.
A criticism of the p, Federal officer, wounded and captured at Cedar Mountain, p04.
Cooke, John Esten, his Life of Ja199, 235.
Crane, Major, 121.
Killed at Cedar Mountain, 305.
Crawford, S. W., Brigadier-genera1-283, 289, 291, 294.
In the battle of
Cedar Mountain, 305. What his orders from Pope were, and e's reinforcements, 328-330.
His force at Cedar Mountain, 333 (and note). Question as to his genera Forty-sixth Penn., dangerously wounded at Cedar Mountain, 304.
Maulsby, Colonel, 110.
McCall,nt, of the Second Massachusetts, killed at Cedar Mountain, 332.
Perkins, Major, adjutant-general ant conduct of Banks and other officers at Cedar Mountain, 350.
Discrepancy between his first despa, 324.
Why he was not on hand to fight at Cedar Mountain, 324-326.
Steuart, George H., Rebel cav