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gade about positions, feeling confident that each and all endeavored to do their duty, and that Gen. Jackson, in his report, will give all a fair share of the glory. J. Loss of the Rockbridge Artillery in the engagement. Camp of the Rockbridge Artillery, First Brigade, A. V., Shenandoah co., Va., April 5, 1862. Editors Dispatch: Below I send a list of the casualties occurring in the Rockbridge Artillery, Captain William McLaughlin, in the battle near Winchester on the 23d ult. This company is a large one, and containing, as it does, many members from the State at large, the accompanying list will be examined with even more than usual interest. It may be regarded as accurate, having been furnished me by the commanding officer of the battery: Killed — none. Wounded--Sergeant James L. Paxton, of Rockbridge, severely in the leg, (amputated;) Privates Samuel D. Anderson of Rockbridge; severely in the arm, (broken;) William H. Byrd, of Rockbridge, dangerousl