Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Darkesville” in chapter 2.22 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9.:
...o be flanked, bringing off forty-five prisoners and inflicting other loss, with a loss on his part of only two killed and six or eight wounded.
General Johnston at once advanced his whole army to Darkesville , six miles from Martinsburg, where we found Jackson awaiting us, and where, for four days, we remained in line of battle, and, with a force of not quite 9,000, threw down the guage to General Patters...
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