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enemy opened fire upon us from a two-gun battery of 6-pounders, posted upon a crowned point upon the opposite shore of the Tygarts' Valley River, which successfully commanded the camps of the Churchville Cavalry, of Augusta, and the Cavalry of Rockbridge, numbering altogether about 180 men, who were situated on the opposite side of the river. The horses of these corps being unaccustomed to the fire of artillery broke from the picket ropes, by which they were tied to the fence, and stampeded that there were many more, to say nothing of sixty or seventy wounded, who were rapidly removed from the field. Our own loss, so far as is ascertained, are Mr. Hanger, of the Augusta Cavalry, who was killed near the bridge; Mr. Martin, of Rockbridge, and Mr. Thomas E. Sims, of Richmond. The latter individual, when last seen was bravely defending himself, near the wagon of the Quartermaster, to whom be was an assistant. The first wound he received was from a man who was mounted, but who a