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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.26 (search)
tunes of a lost field. The next day, May 6th, Early, with Gordon leading again, assaulted Grant's assas, became disqualified for field duty, and Early succeeded to his place. Soon after Cold Harbo seven thousand strong. Right at this force Early hurled his men, and after a fierce, decisive fd Cutshaw's artillery, approaches to reinforce Early, and Early in turn forces Sheridan back to thenner on our side losing a leg. On the 15th General Early remains at Fisher's Hill and sends Rosser ound Getty's Divison and the cavalry resisting Early's army. He at once ordered all his troops in No better fighing was ever done than that of Early at Winchester; no more brilliant plan was everng become apprised that I would have to engage Early's entire army instead of two divisions. Generr 14th, that according to his information, General Early has conducted his operations with judgmentmparisons have been made between Jackson's and Early's campaigns, sometimes to the detriment of the[157 more...]