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The Daily Dispatch: September 22, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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e enemy advanced on Winchester, near which place he met his attack, which was resisted from early in the day till near night, when he was compelled to retire. After night he fell back to Newtown, and this morning to Fisher's Hill. "Our loss reported to be severe. "Major-General Rodes and Brigadier-General Godwin were killed, nobly doing their duty. "Three pieces of artilleries of King's battalion, were lost. "The trains and supplies were brought off safely. "[Signed] R. R. Lee." Newtown, the point to which our forces fell back on Monday night, is about eight miles this side of Winchester, at the interaction of the Valley turn-pike and White Post reads, Fisher's hill is adjutant to Strasburg, some eight miles south of Newtown. We have no further particulars of the battle than furnished by the official dispatch, except that Major-General Fite Lee received a painful, though not dangerous, flesh wound in the thigh. Sheridan, having been reinfo