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George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Chapter 9: battle of Cedar Mountain (continued). (search)
t upon Banks's line, to where he halted again in doubt, the distance was one mile and a half. It was the intention of the enemy to reach Culpeper that night; but the vigorous attack upon his battery, The enemy admit in official reports that the battery which opened upon us at midnight was silenced, causing Captain Pegram severe loss, and compelling him to withdraw. the report of his most reliable scout that the enemy was but a few hundred yards in advance, and the additional fact that Colonel Jones, of the Seventh Virginia Cavalry, reported that he had learned from some prisoners taken that Federal reinforcements had arrived, induced Jackson to think it prudent to halt. Jackson's Report. It was not until morning that Jackson added to this prudent resolve yet another, which was, not to fight Pope again on that ground. He gave as his reason that he was convinced that Pope would have sixty thousand men before he could resume. Dabney's Life of Jackson. When we consider that
George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Appendix C: Report of surgeon Lafayette Guild, Confederate State Army, medical Director, of the killed and wounded at Cedar Mountain, Va., August 9, 1862. (search)
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