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lle. The same day the signal stations reported an advance of the enemy up the valley to Woodstock On the 20th, Early again started down the valley, with Rosser in advance, followed by Wharton, the former marching to Harrisonburg, and the latter to Naked creek beyond Mt. Sidney. The Federal cavalry came to Lacey's Springs. On the 21st, through a blinding snowstorm, Early moved forward to attack the enemy. Rosser, marching at dawn, fell on Custer's division, consisting of Pennington's and Chapman's brigades, at Lacey's, or Big Spring, on the Valley turnpike, having, in crossing over from the middle road, struck the Federals in flank, with Payne's brigade in front, followed by Morgan's, just as they were saddling their horses to advance on Wharton. Rosser routed their First and Second brigades, capturing 35 prisoners and their wagons and ambulances; but they rallied on their Third brigade, compelled him to fall back, and recaptured their wagons, when they at once retreated down the
rtin, William, lieutenant-colonel; Penn, John E., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Richardson, Jesse M., major; Saunders, Samuel H., major, lieutenant-colonel; Withers, Robert W., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. Forty-third Cavalry battalion: Chapman, William H., major; Mosby, John S., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. Forty-third Infantry regiment. (No rolls, no roster.) Forty-third Militia regiment: Wright, John A., lieutenant-colonel. Forty-fourth Infantry battalion: Batte, Petlisha F., major. Montague's Infantry battalion (attached temporarily to Thirty-second regiment, August 19, 1861. Afterward, November 9, 1861, merged into Fifty-third regiment): Montague, Edgar B., major. Mosby's regiment Partisan Rangers: Chapman, William H., lieutenant-colonel; Mosby, John S., colonel; Richards, A. E., major. Morris' Independent Infantry battalion: Morris, Z. F., acting major. O'Ferrall's Cavalry battalion (merged into Twenty-third Cavalry): O'Ferrall, Charles T.,