time from Martinsburg.
This was frustrated by Early being compelled to fall back, and your operatiat Culpeper, where he received a despatch from Early, calling for reinforcements.
He at once set ooss the mountain in person to communicate with Early, and preparations were made for a combined atteinforcements from the James.
The strength of Early and Anderson combined was at least equal to th, as well as the general one at the South; but Early himself entertained a very different one.—See his Memoir, passim.
But if he did no more, Early was to secure the harvests of the Valley.
Thias one great object of the campaign, and after Early's return from Maryland, his supplies were obtan's numbers in this campaign.
On the 21st, Early and Anderson advanced, and on the 22nd, Sheride and a half miles wide.
So secure indeed did Early now consider himself that his ammunition boxesainted on the fresh artillery ordered to the Valley: For General Sheridan, care of General Early.