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Winchester, Fisher's Hill, and Cedar Creek. condensed from General Early's Memoir of the last year of the War for Independence in the Confederate States of America (Lynchburg: published by Charles W. Button for the Virginia Memorial association, 1867); here printed by permission of the author.--editors. by Jubal A. Early, Lieu
erely wounded at Winchester), now under Wickham, was sent up to Millford Pass to hold Luray valley.
In the afternoon Sheridan's forces appeared on the banks of Cedar Creek, about four miles from Fisher's Hill, and the 21st, and the greater part of the 22d, were consumed by him in reconnoitering and gradually moving his forces to m ed in the rear, and held a ford above the bridge for a short time, but it followed the example of the rest.
I tried to rally the men immediately after crossing Cedar Creek and at Hupp's Hill, but without success.
Could five hundred men have been rallied at either of these places, who would have stood by me, I am satisfied that al