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The Daily Dispatch: June 2, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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the town only a few hours before our with a small quantity of baggage. the captured were sick. them who was killed — David Dick name. I think — was of Company sixth Ohio regiment. I saw a was with him immediately after he He asked for a paper, wrote upon command regiment, and wished that his should be informed of his death. of the rebel cavalry had been in the the morning, and a man who had from the Front Royal road stated force of infantry were but a few . We passed through, however, them, and on to Winchester, end of our column encountered which was to have been sent to attention . First the Zouaves d'afrique, of General Banks, had been standing in the rear, to burn the bridge across three miles from Strasburg, had passed except the cavalry, under who was yet to come up, and the river. While they were be the bridge with tar, unsuspecting the enemy charged down upon the mountain on the left cutting in a more unmerciful and capturing al