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Not killed. --The statement that Captain John Avie, of the Morgan Continentals, Winchester, and Lieut, Col. L. T. Moore, of Col. Preston's Regiment, were killed in the late battle, was an error. The Winchester Virginia says they are uninjured.
sault. It had a most important effect upon the battle of Sunday, the 21st. In both cases the flight of the enemy was most precipitate and disastrous. Gen. Longstreet's Brigade, consisting of 1st Regiment Virginia Volunteers, commanded by Col. Moore; 17th Regiment, Col. Corse, and 11th Regiment, Col. Garland, were ordered under arms and marched in ten minutes out of camp at Manassas on the morning of the 17th, and in quick time reached Bull Run, some four miles distant. We were posted in aertainly of fire, it could not be excelled. Every man in the 1st and 17th did his whole duty. From position they, with the artillery, bore the brunt of the whole fight. Where every one fought to well, it were invidious to particularize. Col. Moore, of the 1st, was wounded in the arm, and the command devolved on Lt. Col. Fry, who was assisted by Major Skinner.--Col. Corse, Lt. Col. Munford, and Adjutant Humphreys of the 17th, and Major Brent, were off the field in command in different par