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The Daily Dispatch: February 22, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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rty prisoners. The Yankees admit the loss of seven killed and fifteen wounded. The Confederate militia were surprised.--Colonel Scincludiver, of Berkeley, was in command. He escaped. The names of the prisoners taken by the Yankees are as follows: Col R. F. Baldwin, Capt Lovett, Capt Wm Lodge, Capt Willis, Capt Beard, Lieut Col McCoole; David Carper, Isaac Carper and Chas Duval, of Capt Eddy's company; Chas W Bush, of Capt Bitzer's mounted militia; Jas Bell, of Capt Lodge's company; Thomas Steele, David Gratze, Adam Lawyer, Joseph Knight, Jos Ritter, and Buckner Massey, of Capt Pierce's company; Wm Jenkins, Geo Clark, and Wm Helland, of Capt Willis's company; Samuel McKown, of Capt Lodge's company; Lieut R. L Gray, of Capt Bear's Winchester company; and Jos McCartney, of Winchester. Our troops, after the engagement, retired to Pughtown, in Frederick county, where they remain — barring a few, who, with overdone prudence, retired to their homes, and are probably still there.
erwise disposed of by order of the Provisional Congress; and that all papers referring to Executive sessions and Executive business, be returned to the Secretary of the Senate, in which the concurrence of the House is asked. The motion of Mr. Jenkins to lay the resolution of Mr. Foote upon the table, being before the House, Mr. Boyce desired to submit: some remarks as to the past and future conduct of the war. This was not a struggle of a day. We could not afford to give up a single Southethese were to be obtained. When these were procured, he believed that our Generals would be competent to decide the proper policy to be pursued. Mr. Trippe, of Georgia, offered the following as a substitute to Mr. Foote's resolution Mr. Jenkins withdrawing his motion to lay that resolution on the table: Resolved, That in the judgment of this House, the war should be prosecuted with an energy and policy, offensive and defensive, commensurate with the great interests involved in i