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a village called Funkstown. The artillery of Gen. Pendleton, and the battalion to which I am attached, commanded by Col. S. D. Lee, encamped on Saturday, the 13th, near the latter village, and remained there till Sunday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Up back towards the Potomac that night; that Generals Jackson and McLaws were engaged in an attack upon Harper's Ferry, and Gen. Lee did not think it prudent to engage the whole Yankee force in their absence.--This was the first intimation I had of Jacko which I was attached having 21 men killed and wounded, and having also lost 12 horses, was ordered out of the fight by Col. Lee, and fears were entertained that some of our guns might not be brought off, hence we were ordered to throw off all baggaure of the ground. It was almost impossible to charge batteries posted upon such high hills. Under these circumstances Gen. Lee. very wisely I think determined to recross the Potomac, three miles distant, and thus save the army from any possible d