tragedy at the Marshall House.
Jackson, the martyr.
the affair of great Bethel.
ea scene at the Henry House.
timely arrival of Jackson.
Gen. Beauregard disconcerted.
ride from th flag flying.
The proprietor of the hotel, Mr. Jackson, captain of an artillery company in his towhe flag on his arm. And you are mine, replied Jackson, as he quickly raised his gun, and dischargedthat the Federals were still advancing; and Gen. Jackson-afterwards known as the immortal Stonewall Jackson — with his brigade, was sent to the neighbourhood of Martinsburg, to aid Stuart's cavalry i; the river being scarcely waist-deep there.
Jackson fell back to Falling Waters, on the main roadops was then sent forward to reconnoitre, and Jackson was encountered in a position where he had foch the enemy was advancing.
For half an hour Jackson succeeded in maintaining his ground; but, at an, and bringing off forty-five prisoners.
Jackson having rejoined the main army under Johnston,