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Winder himself had been killed by a cannon-shot in the preliminary artillery fighting.
Just at this juncture, however, Hill's division arrived upon the field, and not only restored the battle, but drove the enemy from the field and across Cedar Creek, a short distance in rear.
By this time it was about dark, but Jackson was determined to lose no possible chance.
Favored by a moon but little past the full, he brought forward two fresh brigades, — Field's and Stafford's, and Pegram's batteand continued the pursuit.
Banks's corps, however, had, in its retreat, met Ricketts's division of McDowell's corps, accompanied by Pope in person, and followed also by the leading troops of Sigel's corps.
About one and a half miles beyond Cedar Creek the Confederate advance found itself close in front of a strong line of battle, composed of Ricketts's four brigades, with four batteries of artillery.
Pegram's four guns were pushed to the front, and, at close canister range, opened upon the