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it has fallen upon our side whose lost we mourn, we rejoice in a combat which has tested and so fully proven the inextinguishable ardor of our Virginia military. Better troops than those who fought in the battle of Sunday last were never drawn up in line of battle. The testimony of Gen. Jackson is, that every man acted the hero. The loss on both sides is very heavy; our own from 300 to 400; that of the enemy estimated at from 1200 to 1500. Among the killed we have the names of Col. L. T. Moore, of Winchester, Thomas H. Townes, former delegate in the Legislature from Jefferson county, and Bushrod and George Washington, privates in the Botts Grays, from Jefferson in the wounded, we hear of Col. Echols, of the 20th regiment of Virginia volunteers, and Lieut. Richard Henry Lee, of the 2d regiment. The latter was shot down while waving a flag and gallantly cheering his men, our pricely advance of his regiment. This regiment is said to have sustained a loss of about one hundred.