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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.13 (search)
ckson's old division, in which the writer served as a staff officer of the Stonewall Brigade, then commanded by General Charles S. Winder, of Maryland, that type of gallant officer and courteous gentleman, was brought into action. Shortly before dacame upon a fierce battle raging all around. Some of the troops were still lying down, and on giving the command, by General Winder's direction, that it was General Lee's order that all troops on the field must charge, one regimental commander replifficers. Poor Mitchell, of our staff, a gallant youth who had joined us but a few days before as a volunteer aide to General Winder, was killed in this charge. Night fell with the entire field in the possession of the Confederate troops and large sead of a comrade in front of him, but I will not vouch for the truth of the story. However, such was the danger that General Winder's aide-de-camp remarked to me: You look out for me, and I'll look out for you, and let us both look out for the Gener
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index (search)
Watts. G .O., 76. Walker, H. H., 65; L. M., 61; W. H. T., 40. Wayne, H. C., 46. Welcher, W. T., 62. Wills, J. M., 37. White, E. R., 42; J. L., 65. Whiting, W. H. C., 53. Wickliffe, C., 47. Williams, J. S., 45; S. 73; T. G., 59. Winder. C. T., 61; J. H., 41. Withers, J., 58; J. M., 38. Wright, M. H., 74. Wheeler, General, Joseph, 176. Wickham, General W. C., 144. Wilcox, Mrs., G. Grifflng. 135. Winchester, Disparity of contending forces at, 109; Capture of stores at, hiting, W. H. C., 53. Wickliffe, C., 47. Williams, J. S., 45; S. 73; T. G., 59. Winder. C. T., 61; J. H., 41. Withers, J., 58; J. M., 38. Wright, M. H., 74. Wheeler, General, Joseph, 176. Wickham, General W. C., 144. Wilcox, Mrs., G. Grifflng. 135. Winchester, Disparity of contending forces at, 109; Capture of stores at, 230. Winder. General C. F. 148. Wood, Colonel, J. Taylor, 206, 224. Wool General J. E.. 82. Wormsley, Philip Stanhope, 101. Wright, General M. J. 233.
Later — the victory complete. The following telegraphic dispatch, giving further details of the victory, was received last night: Gordonsville, Aug. 10.--A battle was fought yesterday at Southwestern Mountain, resulting in a complete victory over the enemy. Stonewall Jackson repulsed Pope, and drove him several miles from his position. Three hundred prisoners have arrived, including Brig.-Gen. Prince and twenty-nine commissioned officers. Gen. Chas. S. Winder was killed.
The Daily Dispatch: August 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], The fight at Southwest mountain further particulars. (search)
igadier-General Prince. Whilst our list of killed is less than that of the enemy, yet we have to mourn the loss of some of our best officers and men. Brig.-General Charles S. Winder was mortally wounded, whilst ably discharging his duty at the head of his command, which was the advance of the left wing of the army. We have collecarticulars. We are enabled, through the politeness of another officer who participated in the battle, to lay before our readers some further incidents. Gen. Winder commanded the division which formed the left of our line, of which the 1st and 2d brigades were a part. On Friday night they encamped the other side of the Rapenemy's line of battle advanced from the woods directly in front and about parallel with our line, and poured forth a most destructive infantry fire. Meanwhile Gen. Winder had been mortally wounded by a shell, and the command of the division devolved upon Gen. Taliaferro. The enemy, by overpowering numbers, had nearly succeeded i
Judge Lyons's Court. --This Court met yesterday morning, at 11 o'clock. Letters of administration were granted in numerous cases — amongst others, upon the personal estate of Gen. Chas. S. Winder, who fell in the battle of Cedar Mountain. The criminal docked for term of the Court is three or four times than ever before. This morning several cases will be proceeded with.
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