ighways led from the Rappahannock region, where Pope was encamped, to Gordonsville and Culpeper, an A. P. Hill were added to Stonewall's command.
Pope's unheard — of orders came to Lee's hands durint reply to the protest; but it was noticed that Pope, for some reason, changed his behavior.
Lee le division under Sigel still tarried in camp.
Pope's strategic force on the 7th of August was 36,5 for nearly two hours.
At about 10 o'clock, Pope, from Culpeper, six miles in the rear, ordered Culpeper.
Through these, Jackson learned that Pope already had in hand 22,000 fresh troops, under h 8,000 of Burnside's corps, and he reported to Pope on the 14th.
Through the tireless Stuart, whluctantly gave up his idea of further attacking Pope, but remained on the battlefield during the 10tround to Pope's. The battle of Cedar Run taught Pope his first lesson and gave him thenceforward a wfrom Richmond to Orange, preparatory to sending Pope's army to meet McClellan's at Washington, and t