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along the entire line of the enemy that Jackson would be upon them very soon, and they commenced to fall back, probably to stand at this place. On Saturday, "old Stonewall," having taken a considerable part of two regiments and some cannon at Front Royal the day before, reached the Valley turnpike near Middletown, and flanked the wagon train and forces moving from Strasburg. Here he poured shot and shell into them till dark, and took large numbers of loaded wagons and many prisoners. The nexr was comparatively bloodless. Our loss, in killed and wounded, did not exceed forty. Col. Campbell, of the 48th Virginia, was wounded in the arm. A Louisiana Major was killed We took in prisoners some 2,500 or 3,000, including those taken at Front Royal, and they are still being brought in. Many more would have been secured but the larger part of our cavalry were pursuing a portion of the Yankee army who fled towards Romney. As the Yankees fled through. Winchester they fired the town ne
uld have been his plan of attack. He descended upon the little force at Front Royal through the narrow gorges which I unparallel with it down between the rangesan ferocity of the rebel soldiers. The few who escaped at the battle of Front Royal from the enemy surrounding them were surely saved "so as by fire." Captrg, by the road which branches from the main turnpike near Middletown toward Front Royal, and proceeded as far as Cedarville. This is where the stone pike from Front Royal to Winchester approaches closely the broken country through which the stream called Cedar Run flown. On Saturday morning a strong force was moved to force of artillery and infantry proceeded on the road from Strasburg toward Front Royal. A reconnaissance was also made on Saturday morning, of cavalry, from Middletown toward. Front Royal When this force reached Middletown, Col. Murphy, with a portion of his regiment, the 19th Pennsylvania, was met with two a The reconn