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Winchester, battles of Banks had won a race with Stonewall Jackson for Winchester, but was not Winchester, but was not allowed to rest there, for the Confederates, close behind him, were 20,000 strong, while the Nationa
862, and a furious battle ensued in front of Winchester.
The Confederates were kept in check five h ck and wounded in hospitals at Strasburg and Winchester.
Only fifty-five of his 500 wagons were los M. on Sept. 19, they were in motion towards Winchester, Wilson's cavalry leading, followed by Wrigh s, and securing a place, within two miles of Winchester, for the deployment of the army.
There they in the rear.
Early had turned back towards Winchester before Sheridan was ready for battle, and st Bunker's Hill, and he and Merritt enveloped Winchester on the east and north with cavalry.
Between d Early's broken columns were flying through Winchester and up the valley towards Strasburg, in full out 3,000.
Besides the prisoners taken in battle there were about 3,000 wounded left in Winchester. [2 more...]