le the Sixth and Seventh were directed against their flank.
The men charged gallantly, and after a brief hand-to-hand contest the enemy was routed, with the loss of several killed and a number wounded, capturing sixty-four prisoners, including several commissioned officers.
Our loss was three killed and thirteen wounded. Colonel A. W. Harman and Captain L. F. Terrill were especially conspicuous during the engagement, as was also Major Von Borcke, Aid-de-camp to Major-General Stuart. Captain Redman Burke, attached to division headquarters, was wounded in the leg while charging gallantly with the Twelth Virginia regiment.
My thanks are specially due to Colonel Jones for the admirable disposition made of his skirmishers and regiment during the engagement with the first main cavalry on picket duty.
Very respectfully, sir,
Your obedient servant, B. H. Robertson, Brigadier-General, commanding Cavalry.
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