t his wounded, as well as our wounded who fell into his hands, at Hillsboro', a town about three miles from the battle-field.
A few days after the fight, the Confederates took both into their keeping.
They also buried the dead on the field, which Averill had not stopped to do. There were 34 Confederate and 60 Yankee soldiers left unburied on the field.
The Staunton Spectator gives some account of the outrages of the Yankees in Greenbrier.
At Lewisburg they arrested Messrs. James Withrow, Patrick Beirne, and James N. Montgomery, but released them before they left.
They took away a great many servants.
Among the persons who lost in this way were Col. Samuel McClung, Col. Joel McPherson, and Mrs. Patsy Mathews. --They entered and robbed the stores of Messrs. Johnson E. Bell and William H. Montgomery.
They entered houses, broke open trunks, and robbed ladies of their clothes and jewelry.
They robbed Mrs. S. S. Smith and her daughters, living half a mile cast of the