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lled and wounded, one hundred and forty men, while we lost one man killed, aud eighteen wounded. The number of rebel casualties is given on the statements of citizens of Frederick.
I wish also to make honorable mention of Colonel Brown, of the One Hundred and Forty-ninth Ohio National Guard, who, ably assisted by Captain Lieb, United States cavalry, stubbornly held the Baltimore pike bridge, and thus kept open my line of retreat. Lew Wallace, Major-General Commanding.
Washington City, April 2, 1865. Brigadier-General E. D. Townsend, Assistant. Adjutant-General:
sir — In my official report of the battle of Monocacy I omitted to make mention of the very great obligations I was under to Hon. John W. Garrett, President of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, for his personal exertions in forwarding to my support and assistance promptly upon their arrival at Baltimore, the advance brigade of General Ricketts' division of troops.
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