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George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Chapter 6: battle of Winchester (continued)—Federal retreat across the Potomac to Williamsport. (search)
With this conviction, upon his arrival at Winchester Banks sent off his telegram to the War Departmeince they scattered for pillage and plunder of Banks's wagons the day before; and those under Steua retreat,--first of men, second of material Banks, in his official report of losses on the 24th tal loss to have been 3 killed and 17 wounded. Banks also reported that there were 189 men of Willieft 1,000 sick and disabled men at Strasburg. Banks says, Surgeon King, division surgeon, exhibits but does not say what it was. Of material, Banks makes the following statement: All our guns wee South, p. 324. Says another Southern writer, Banks had abandoned at Winchester all his commissaryported our losses as very heavy. This excited Banks, who sent on the thirty-first of May, through constituting a portion of this army, over General Banks at Front Royal, Middletown, and Winchester May, 1862. As soon as it came to his notice, Banks, in a telegram to Dunbar, offered up Copeland