emy's pickets at Pole Green church in Hanover county, and the First Maryland was ordered forward (they held the right of Jackson's column) to drive them in. This was done, and they forced them back to Beaver Dam creek, on the farther side of which t, or become an applicant for a place he had won by hard service, and Jackson assigned him to command the Second brigade, Jackson's division, Second corps—Jackson's own.
A new regiment was soon brought together, of which James R. Herbert became lie for their liberties and homes!
Let each man provide himself with a stout pair of shoes, a good blanket and a tin cup. Jackson's men have no baggage.
Officers are in Frederick to receive recruits, and all companies formed will be armed as soon and reported for duty and resumed command of the Second brigade, and Johnson had no location in the army.
He rode with Jackson's staff, but it was impossible to-care for green volunteers in the rapid evolutions of the army of Northern Virginia fro