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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 3.22 (search)
ping then from regaining it. At the same time, Ewell was thrown on the advancing columns of Fremontalf a mile south of Port Republic, obtained Generl Ewell's permission to go there, fill his boxes, f days rest would give us five hundred men. General Ewell's mention of the regiment shows his apprecnt General Ashby, who fell at the same time. --Ewell's Report of the Battle of Cross Keys. As soanded by Brigadier-General Charles Winder, and Ewell's, with Whiting and Lawton, who had joined us en toward the southeast we marched cautiously, Ewell in the advance. First Maryland and Baltimore aryland, was the order an aid brought from General Ewell. Going past the cavalry to the front we f Colonel Johnson, as the latter rode up to General Ewell, to ask if he should drive them off. It's ht and we on the left, but in a short time General Ewell relieved us with the Ninth Louisiana, and Cold Harbor, were collected Generals Jackson, Ewell, A. P. Hill, Elzey, Lawton, Whiting, and other