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Chapter 10: Kernstown. By the 11th of March, 1862, General Jackson had removed all his sick and supplies to Mount Jackson, and had gathered in all his troops from the outposts to Winchester. He now had only the First, Second, and Third Virginia Brigades, the last containing two small regiments, Colonel Ashby's regiment of hor
ld be required to deal in his front.
After marching to Strasbourg, twenty miles above Winchester, the 12th of March, he retreated slowly to the neighborhood of Mt. Jackson, reaching it the 17th.
There he received a despatch from General Johnston, dated March 19th, stating that it was most desirable the enemy's force in the Valley lds.
Upon receiving the orders of his Commander-in-Chief, the Confederate General prepared for a rapid return towards Winchester.
Leaving the neighborhood of Mount Jackson, March 22d, he marched that day to Strasbourg, twentysix miles; while Colonel Ashby, with his cavalry and a light battery of three guns, advanced before him, a