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Chapter 14: Second battle of Manassas (Bull Run). Battle opened by the Federals on Jackson's right, followed by Kearny Longstreet's reconnoissance Stuart, the cavalry leader, sleeps on the field of battle Pope thought at the close of the 29th that the Confederates were retreating Second day Fitz John Porter struck in flank Longstreet takes a hand in the fight late in the day Lee under fire the Federal retreat to Centreville that point turned Pope again dislodged-Stonewall Jackson's appearance and peculiarities killing of fighting Phil Kearny losses review of the campaign. General Pope at daylight sent orders to General Sigel's corps, with Reynolds's division, to attack as soon as it was light enough to see, and bring the enemy to a stand if possible. At the same time orders were sent Heintzelman and Reno for their corps to hurry along the turnpike and join on the right of Sigel. The batteries opened in an irregular combat on the left, centre, and right a
Chapter 14: Second battle of Manassas (Bull Run). Battle opened by the Federals on Jackson's right, followed by Kearny Longstreet's reconnoissance Stuart, the cavalry leader, sleeps on t
rable for a general engagement, General Lee had settled upon a move by Sudley Springs, to cross Bull Run during the night and try to again reach Pope's rear, this time with his army.
About three P was called to Headquarters early in the morning.
Upon receiving General Lee's orders to cross Bull Run at Sudley's and march by Little River turnpike to intercept the enemy's march, he said, Good!
ses in each command about the same as these.
And so it came to pass that from Cedar Run and Bull Run we had the term All Run. It is due to the gallant Sumner and his brave corps, however, to say t y of the Potomac could unite with the army under General Pope.
His game of hide-and-seek about Bull Run, Centreville, and Manassas Plains was grand, but marred in completeness by the failure of Gener