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reconnaissance with artillery and sharpshooters. It seemed that "Jackson was executing one of his daring movements" on their rear. After hWho?"--"Fremont," was the reply. He will give us a gay campaign. Jackson will whip him "with his left hand," although he has lost it. Hookee, ten miles from town, on Saturday. The night attack was made on Jackson by the enemy. Their repulse was complete and their destruction im life I hear all manner of rumors. We have taken 3,000 prisoners. Jackson got behind them, burned their pontoons at Germania and Ely's fordsng from the river to the plankroad, then Anderson, A. P. Hill, and Jackson, to the Rapidan. The first hold them while Jackson whips them. TJackson whips them. The Yankee skirmishers hurry into breastworks, and fear to come out. I am sorry to hear that General Wofford's Georgians are badly out up. Thet to the cars. The Yankee knapsacks have eight days rations. Jackson has taken some of their wagons. The eight days are nearly over, a
dispatch he announced his triumph: "Valley District, May 9, 1862. "To Gen. S. Cooper: "God blessed our arms with victory at McDowell yesterday. T. J. Jackson, "Maj. Gen." Pushing down the Valley he drove the enemy from Front Royal and Winchester, and on the 26th he dispatched his Government as follows: Stuart was pursuing them with cavalry and artillery and capturing many. A large amount of medical, ordnance, and other stores, have fallen into our hands. T. J. Jackson." Gen. Jackson soon fell back to meet the combined forces of Fremont and Shields.--These he met at Cross Keys and Port Republic on the 8th and 9th . Cooper, Adj't Gen'l: Through God's blessing, the enemy near Port Republic was this day routed, with the loss of six pieces of his artillery. (Signed,) T. J. Jackson, Major-Gen'l Commanding. This, for the time, closed his operations in the Valley, and his command was ordered to join Gen. Lee, which it did in tim