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Jackson's eyes glittered beneath the rim of his old climits of this paper, give even an outline of Jackson's subsequent career as a soldier — that would
It may be added that Ewell afterwards became Jackson's enthusiastic admirer; was accustomed to sayrazy, now I know he is inspired!
He became Jackson's right arm in his famous campaigns, until hen discipline was another important element in Jackson's character as a soldier.
He put General Garames Power Smith, who served so heroically on Jackson's staff and has twice appeared before this soall of the morning, and Colonel Pendleton, of Jackson's staff, rode up to General Early and said quo it.
It was on this field that several of Jackson's Brigades were broken, and it looked as if B the opinions of many distinguished men as to Jackson's ability as a soldier, but I give only that issuing orders or giving verbal instructions Jackson's words were few and simple, but they were so