2 Divisions17,6499 Brigades1872
2D corps, Jackson's
A. P. Hill's10,400Heth, Thomas, Lane, Mcickles came to Birney's position and observed Jackson's column.
His official report says:—
Thiave narrowed the enemy's avenue of escape.
Jackson's instructions had been explicit.
Rodes's reween some of these troops and small bodies of Jackson's men still making their way forward.
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The cessation was not voluntary on Jackson's part, but it was necessary that Rodes's andbly fine.
A little before dark, Stuart, with Jackson's consent, had taken his cavalry and a regime and was forming for the assault, when one of Jackson's staff brought the message of recall.
He orttention on the morning of the 3d.
One of Jackson's engineers was sent by a long detour and fount in the Confederate, in two days fighting.
Jackson's three divisions had a paper strength of 26,by promoting him to the now vacant command of Jackson's corps.
Ewell, who did succeed Jackson, was