artillery, and a number in killed and woundedBrigadier Generals Lewis and Lilly being among the wounded, and Colonel Board of the 58th Virginia Regiment among the killed.
Colonel Jackson made a vigorous charge with his cavalry, which enabled Ramseur to rally his men, restore order, and arrest the progress of Averill before he reached Winchester.
The error committed, on this occasion, by this most gallant officer, was nobly retrieved in the subsequent part of the campaign.
I received at New Market the news of Ramseur's misfortune, and immediately moved to his assistance with Rodes' division; but on arriving at Winchester, I found that the enemy, after being checked, had fallen back a short distance; and, as another and much larger column was moving through Berryville, I did not go after Averill, but moved the whole command to Newtown — the stores, and such of the wounded and sick as could be transported, having been gotten off.
On the 21st my whole infantry force was concentrat