, Milroy's, McClellan's, and Pope's commands.
The loss of the enemy exceeds the Confederates five to one.
Their dead cover the field.
Our men Captured numbers of batteries, numerous colors, thousands of prisoners, and from 6,000 to 10,000 stand of arms.
They could have taken more of the latter, but the men would not be troubled with them.
One Yankee Brigadier-General is now lying dead at negro Robinson's house, where the Yankees are as thick that we have to step over their bodies, Gens Ewell, Jenkins Malone, and Trimble, were wounded Cols. Means, Marshall, and Gadberry of South Carolina, were killed, Benbon, Moore, and McGowan, wounded.
Major Del Kemper was severely wounded in the shoulder.
Capt. Tabb and Capt Mitchell, of the 1st Virginia, were wounded.
W. Cameron, Adjutant of the 74th Virginia, and Adjt. Tompkins, of the Hampton Legion, were both wounded.
Fifty citizens of Washington, who came out to witness the show, were all bagged.
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