intain the honor of Old Virginia.
So far as we have been able to learn, the enemy made an attempt to follow us. Their loss was greatly larger than ours; but what was its extent we have not been able to learn.
List of killed and wounded at the battle of Middle Creek:
Captain Bryant's Company, 29th Virginia Regiment--Killed--Privates, Oscar Pickett, Leftwich Patton, John Pickett, Wm. Bowers.
Wounded. Privates Joshua G. Montgomery, seriously; John Graham, through both thighs; Ivey Milton, slightly.
Capt. Jesse's Company.--Killed--Private Stanford Jessee.
Wounded — Geo. McReynolds, of Russell, leg amputated; Wm. B. Roberts, slightly in foot.
Capt. Hale's Company.--Wounded — Jesse Reese, in both thighs.
Capt. Horne's Company — Benj. Huddle, slightly in hip.
Total--5 killed; 7 wounded.
Col. Williams lost — killed and wounded.
I have not been able to get their names.
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