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Chapter 7: Manassas. The movement of General Johnston from Harper's Ferry to Winchester was dic
as it was during the month of July, while General Johnston was at Harper's Ferry, the victorious for rom Harper's Ferry to Manassa's Junction, General Johnston must have travelled a more circuitous lin for concentration were now all reversed.
General Johnston possessed the interior lino, and was abl e, General Beauregard had given notice to General Johnston, that the time had arrived for him to ren ops had gone three miles from Winchester, General Johnston commanded the whole column to halt, and a wo.
The Confederate general proposed, if General Johnston's reinforcements had arrived in time, to ied with what it did, and so are my Generals, Johnston and Beauregard. ... I am thankful to our ever ad so often recoiled before the 11,000 of General Johnston.
How then could it meet 40,000 Confedera , could reinforce him in a few days; that General Johnston meantime should re-occupy the lower Valle [8 more...]