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cted in the open field on either side, being drawn up in companies. This was the regular order of the immediate advance, and after them followed the rest of the vast army, who now throng the Winchester streets almost as thick as ants. We found that the most infamous stories had been circulated here as elsewhere all along the route, of the Lincoln horde; of their intention to ravish women, murder children, and arm the slaves against their masters, etc. General Banks will not stop here. Strasburgh is only eighteen miles off, and that place will succumb ere many days. At Charlestown the women still remain bitter and intense foes of the, Union, while nearly all the men are off, enrolled in the confederate States army. To show the enmity of the fair there, I will mention that one of the Press Brigade craved a room at the house of a lady on Main street. She met him at the door with flashing eyes, said that if he was hungry she would give him something to eat, but that she would sooner
he west, the Valley Turnpike road leading to Strasburg in the centre, and the Front Royal road on theadquarters Shields' division, camp near Strasburgh, Va., March 26, 1862. Major H. G. Armstrong, A. headquarters Third brigade, camp near Strasburgh, March 22. Nathan Kimball, Colonel Commandi proceeded to join you on the advance toward Strasburg in pursuit of the enemy, and have arrived atr late operations. My reconnaissance beyond Strasburg, on the eighteenth and nineteenth inst., disal Banks, in his pursuit of the enemy beyond Strasburg afterwards, found houses on the road. twentbattle: headquarters Fifth Army Corps, Strasburg, March 26. The Commanding General of the on the west, the Valley Turnpike leading to Strasburg in the centre, and the Front Royal road on td by the Federal troops several miles beyond Strasburg, where the chase was abandoned, the forces wntinued firing was heard in the direction of Strasburg. Little attention was paid to it, however, [11 more...]