, got information of his advance.
fled to Winchester, and were among the prisoners captured at that place.
Rodes, with Jenkins cavalry brigade, had a sharp skirmish with the enemy
just before entering Martinsburg, capturing one hundred and fifty prisoners and five pieces of artillery.
On the road to Martinsburg Jenkins's cavalry had a fight at Bunker's Hill with a force of the enemy's infantry in loopholed houses at that place, killing and capturing seventy- five of the enemy and drivr six hundred made their escape, and these only saved one piece of their artillery, and this was in the battery of which Jenkins captured the other five.
Our official loss, all told, did not foot up quite three hundred.
Surely, this was glorious wset on the 14th June, and next morning Johnson intercepted the enemy's flying columns.
The 16th Virginia cavalry, of Jenkins's brigade, under Major J. H. Nounnum, was attached to Johnson's division on its advance upon Winchester, and with the ca