men — others having been killed and wounded by the firing.
During the engagement Carpenter's battery lost one man killed and one wounded, and three horses disabled.
Dement's First Maryland battery, which was not engaged, but exposed to the fire, lost one man killed.
Carpenter's battery was, for some time after this, exposed to a severe fire from heavy batteries which the enemy had posted on the heights to the left of the town, but which we could not reach.
Later in the evening, when General Early advanced on the left, some of the enemy's infantry in retreating became exposed to view, when I ordered Lieutenant Lambie to open upon them with his two rifle guns, which he did with effect, very much accelerating their speed.
This drew upon the battery a severe fire from the enemy's batteries, posted as before described, without any damage however, except the loss of one or two horses.
After night the battery was withdrawn and parked with the remainder of the battalion.
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