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Jackson's death-wound. I. There is an event of the late war, the details of which are know
esult of the consultation was the adoption of Jackson's suggestion to attack the enemy's right.
Ev of the thickets on each side of the road.
Jackson's assault was sudden and terrible.
It struck paring for a new and more determined attack.
Jackson's plan was worthy of being the last military ls which follow are given on the authority of Jackson's staff officers, and one or two others who w ey was fired from the Confederate infantry in Jackson's rear, and on the right of the road-evidentl his fire has never been discovered, and after Jackson's death there was little disposition to inves d in the wood lay many wounded and dying men. Jackson's whole party, except Captain Wilbourn and a ed, or dispersed.
The man riding just behind Jackson had had his horse killed; a courier near was ptain Forbes was killed; and Captain Boswell, Jackson's chief engineer, was shot through the heart, [3 more...]