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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Shan- ELkTEST EDITIOu.] andoah. But his dashing squadrons remain, and inspired by the prestige that surrounds the name of Stonewall Sackson, they are likely to make themselves extremely troublesome on the flanks of the enemy so long as they Subscribers-only content

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    Die Battle of the Cleickalomrnsby, NaEw YoRE, June 30 (Evening).-On the 26th inst. the Confede- rates, having been reinforced by Stonewall Jackson, attacked the right wing of the Federal army before Richmond with heavy force. Severe fighting continued during two Subscribers-only content

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    been ascertained, with very little doubt, thatthe Confederates under Generals (Stonewall) Jackson and Ewell, are in the vicinity of Gordonsville with about 30,000 troops, intending to attack General Pope. General Halleck has gone to Fort Monroe, to consult with General Subscribers-only content

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    contain numerous accounts of the battle fought on the 9th between the forces under General Pope and those of {L Stonewall" Jackson. The field of battle is described as being at Cedar Run, eight miles south of Culpepper, Virginia. The Subscribers-only content

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    Times sends the following, also dated the 14th: The Confederate annies, in great force, under Generals Robert Lee, Longstreet, and "Stonewall" Jackson, have advanced into Maryland ; they occupy Frederick, the capital of that State, and Hagerstown, in Pennsylvania, on Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    past Walton and is connected by a cross-road at Church Farm with another road southwards from the main road, passing Stonewall Farm. The 'tradition' that this farm was an important Roman site ('Vespasian's Palace') has been disproved by excavations, but

  • * British History Online *

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    Undated certificates, Misc. MSS Box 91 [A]

    defendant hath buryed a Foreyn . . . a Siege, in the West part of his Gardyn abuttyng upon a Stonewall belonging to the seid plaintifs. And the seid iiii maisters seyen also by their alther discrecions that the seid


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