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Chapter 44: retreat to Fisher's Hill. On the 9th, Imboden reported that a large force had been concentrated at Harper's Ferry, consisti
ce than I had yet encountered, I determined to take position at Fisher's Hill, above Strasburg, and await his attack there.
Imboden with hi Valley, to watch that route; and, in the afternoon, we moved to Fisher's Hill.
I had received information, a few days before, from General L nd there was some skirmishing with it. My troops were posted at Fisher's Hill, with the right resting on the North Fork of the Shenandoah, an e of the enemy on that route.
Shortly after I took position at Fisher's Hill, Major General Lomax reported to me to relieve Ransom in comman and some severe skirmishing ensued.
Upon taking position at Fisher's Hill, I had established a signal station on the end of Three Top Mou brigades and a division of the enemy's cavalry, while I was at Fisher's Hill and Anderson at Front Royal, in which some prisoners were lost;
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