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Chapter 29: over again, to Gettysburg. Popular grief for Jackson again to the river Winchester and her women the people rejoice at the advance public belief in its result Washington to fall; the war to end the prelude to disaster seco
Diverging from the main line, after some little coquetting for position, Ewell charged Jackson's foot cavalry upon Winchester, capturing the town with its heavy depots of stores and munitions; while Hill kept Hooker amused, and Longstreet slowly been harassed, robbed and pillaged by the one; drained of the very dregs by free gifts to the other.
But the people of Winchester never faltered in their faith; and to-day her noble women go down the roll of heroism and steadfast truth, hand in hand with the noblest ones of our history.
And the joy in Winchester was somewhat reflected at the harassed and eager-watching Capital.
Undiminished by the sorrows of the last fall, undimmed by its reverses, still burned the southern desire to plant
Chapter 29: over again, to Gettysburg. Popular grief for Jackson again to the river Winchester and her women the people rejoice at the advance public belief in its result Washington to fall; the war to end the prelude to disaster second day at Gettysburg Pickett's wonderful charge some one has blundered? how the story came South revulsion and discontent Lee not blamed Strictu
hands, we will dictate our own terms, and end the war.
Such might have been the case, had Gettysburg been won, or had that battle never been fought.
If Lee's intention was to flank Meade and utset of the campaign, it was thwarted by the rapid concentration of troops in his front, near Gettysburg.
To prevent being struck in detail and secure his communications, Lee was forced to recall Ew ring gloom, only the deeper from the height of their previous exultation.
The dark cloud from Gettysburg rolled back over Richmond, darkened and made dense a hundred fold in the transit.