That was Stonewall Jackson's way, and it seemed to be Grant's way, too.
"Stonewall" Jackson was professor of military science in Virginia.
There were portions of three brigades,—Fulkerson's, Burk's, and the Stonewall.
Stonewall Jackson came to the door of his tent and stood, looking out.
The Stonewall Brigade was encamped in the fields just without the town.
Stonewall Jackson had made requisition of all wagons about Winchester.
It was long before he overtook the rear of the Stonewall Brigade.
Winder with the Stonewall Brigade bivouacked at Newtown, twelve miles north.
Stonewall Jackson came out of the house with the flag before it.
And then the plain beneath, and the Stonewall's desperate fight, and the battle in the wheat!