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The Daily Dispatch: June 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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The death of Col. Ashby. From dispatches received in this city yesterday, we learn that Col. Ashby was killed in a skirmish on Friday last, somewhere in the vicinity of Harrisonburg. We were 10th to believe this painful report, but later dispatches seem to confirm it. On Wednesday Col. Ashby had a skirmish near Harrisonburg, in which he captured several prisoners — among them Sir Percy Worden, an English baronet, but now a Colonial in the Federal service. We have received no authentic information regarding the skirmish in which the gallant Colonel lost his life, and do not care to circulate the rumor current upon the streets yesterday evening. Since the first invasion of Virginia, Col. Ashby has been actively engaged in the service, and probably no man has done more or better work. Thoroughly acquainted with the country, constantly on the alert, active and brave, he has hung about the lines of the enemy, harassing them until his very name has become a terror. His death will