ffect a junction at Winchester, and also at Martinsburgh, came in at Clear Spring, with a train of t
Our march was turned in the direction of Martinsburgh, hoping there to meet with reenforcements —he steam-whistle, heard in the direction of Martinsburgh, strengthened the hope of reinforcements, aontinued with renewed spirit and ardor.
At Martinsburgh, the column halted two and a half hours, thl, was making its way in good order towards Martinsburgh.
My retreating column suffered serious lThe retreat was continued without a halt to Martinsburgh, a distance of twenty-two miles; was resume in good order, pursued by the enemy beyond Martinsburgh.
The baggage-train proceeded as far as thestation and post-office.
The operator at Martinsburgh had left the town on the first rumor of a brps moved on, the enemy harassing in vain.
Martinsburgh was reached, and Williamsport--thirteen milStill there was nothing like a panic.
At Martinsburgh the order was to press on to Williamsport,