. Some of their dead were left on the field, while we captured most of their wounded, besides capturing and recapturing fifty Federals and rebels; the wounded inmates of a hospital at Upperville.
The latter were taken to Upperville after the fight of the sixteenth at this place.
None of our captured had been paroled.
Our loss is not yet definitely ascertained, but will not amount to over seventy-five killed and wounded.
The casualties of the Third cavalry are as follows: Orderly Sergeant Charles Johnson, company C, shot through right knee, making amputation necessary; Sergeant Peters, company C, wounded in the shoulder severely; private Balser Noah, in the face, slightly; Sergeant W. H. Hyden, company F, in the foot, slightly.
The Third Illinois lost four killed and fifteen wounded. The Twelfth Illinois lost twelve wounded.
The loss in rebel officers at this fight was much more serious than usual.
Several captains, lieutenants, and majors, with Colonel Meriwether Lewis, of