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on the ninth, Jackson's command arrived within eight miles of Culpeper Court-House, when the enemy was found near Cedar Run, a short distance north-west of Slaughter's Mountain. Early's brigade, of Ewell's division, was thrown forward on the road to Culpeper Court-House. The remaining two brigades, those of Trimble and Hays, the latter under Colonel Forno, diverging to the right, took position on the western slope of Slaughter's Mountain. Jackson's own division, under Brigadier-General Wilder, was placed on the left of the road — Campbell's brigade, Lieutenant-Colonel Garnett commanding, being on the left; Taliaferro's parallel to the road, supporting tigorous execution of the entire enterprise. Campaign in Northern Virginia, from the battle of Cedar Run to the battle of Ox Hill, inclusive. The victory at Cedar Run effectually checked the progress of the enemy for the time; but it soon became apparent that his army was being largely increased. The corps of Major-General Bu
as follows, the movements of my division at Cedar Run, on the ninth August, 1862: My division fuit, and next morning I was remanded to Slaughter's Mountain. An armistice having been agreed on tohe ninth instant, during the engagement near Cedar Run: On the morning of the ninth, the First, cavalry drawn up on the range of hills near Cedar Run, with a line of videttes in front, whilst th, during the battle of the ninth instant, at Cedar Run. Although not actively engaged, the brigadee woods on our right along the slope of Slaughter's Mountain, and occupy a favorable position. Abouirst Virginia regiment in the battle of Slaughter's Mountain, on the ninth instant, which, I fear, w to camp, we first learned that the batte of Cedar Run had been progressing the greater part of the a part, was marched through the woods, near Cedar Run, in Culpeper, in column of regiments, withinmmand in the battle of the ninth instant, at Cedar Run: About five o'clock P. M., by order of Ma[13 more...]
not yet arrived, being detained by the artillery. The streams — Cedar Run and Rappahannock — were in my rear, and the former was reported another series of fights, commencing at Richmond and going through Cedar Run, Manassas, Harper's Ferry, and Sharpsburg, entering the last wearof the part taken by this brigade in the various engagements from Cedar Run to Shepherdstown, inclusive. The report must necessarily be impert taken in the various battles by their respective commands. Cedar Run, August 9TH. After a long, rapid, and weary march, we reached the battle-field at Cedar Run on the afternoon of the ninth August, and took the position assigned us in line of battle by General Branch, inluntarily surrendered themselves. After advancing in line beyond Cedar Run, we were half-wheeled to the right and marched across the road, t I understand that the call does not include the Cedar Run or Slaughter Mountain campaign, which this brigade, as part of your division, made