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The Daily Dispatch: January 15, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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nd by leading his infantry across a precipitous mountain surrounded the place captured Captain H te Lieuts. Cole and Baer, and ninety men of company B, 54th Pennsylvania volunteers. He also captured 175 Austrian rifles and accoutrements, and about 8,000 rounds of water-proof cartridges. The commissary stores, camp equipage, &c, he was obliged to destroy, for want of transportation. While thus engaged, about 200 of the enemy's cavalry, from Romney, made a descent upon his camp, near Capon Bridge and put to flight his guard and about 100 unarmed men, whom he had left under charge of Lieut, Stone. They burnt one of his wagons loaded with commissary stores, and attempted to carry off five others, but deserted them on the road, carrying away the teams. They also burnt the carriages of two of his three-pounder mountain guns, and carried off the guns in the wagons. They destroyed his medical chest, and captured eight or ten of his men. He subsequently recovered his wagons, with the