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ndred badly armed troops, and poorly provided with ammunition, and the enemy pressing us with from six to eight thousand men, and being daily reinforced. Signed — Chas. Smith, Colonel commanding 39th Virginia regiment; Louis C. H. Finney, Lieutenant-Colonel, 39th Virginia regiment; N. R. Cary, Major, 39th Virginia regiment; Wm. A. Thom, Surgeon; 39th Virginia regiment; Wm. S. Stoakley, Assistant Surgeon, 39th Virginia regiment; Wm. G. Smith, Assistant Surgeon, 39th Virginia regiment; R. B. Winder, Captain and A. Q. M.; Mitchell W. West, Brigadier-General, 21st brigade Virginia Militia; Benj. T. Gunter, Colonel, 2d regiment Virginia Militia; Wm. P. Custis, Lieutenant-Colonel, 2d regiment Virginia Militia; Eugene J. W. Read, Major, 2d regiment Virginia Militia; Philip A. Fitzhugh, Aid-de-Camp to Brigadier-General; John S. Harmaneur, Surgeon, 2d regiment Virginia Militia. A retreat was accordingly ordered that night. The artillery, together with many of the small arms and accou