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on Front Royal. On Tuesday last, a detachment under Lt. Baylor made a dash upon the Yankees at Front Royal, in Warren county. The detachment numbered twenty-eight men, and the result of their expedition, according to one account, was the capture of the Provost Marshal of the place, two Captains and eight privates. Another account says they captured thirty of the Provost Guard, and eleven horses, and that they were afterwards charged upon by two companies of Yankee cavalry and a body of infantry, when twenty of the prisoners made their escape. The other ten. with the horses, were brought into Harrisonburg on Tuesday night. Our loss was one killed, two wounded, and four horses killed. Sergeant Timberlake, of Lt. Baylor's party, visited his home in the Valley, and upon his return captured a Yankee team, with four or five horses. He left the wagon but brought the horses into camp, made an officer a present of one, and was offered two hundred dollars a piece for the others.
Hustings Court, August 15. --Present: Recorder Caskie; Aldermen Sanxay, Bray, Timberlake, and Lipscomb. Charles E. Sinclair qualified as Notary Public.--Clinton James, negro, on appeal from judgment of the Police Court, gave security for his appearance at the next term.--John and Emmett Pero, and Mary Hix, gave security for their appearance to answer the charge of misdemeanor.--Fred. Kell was fined $10 and costs for permitting his slave to go at large.--Samuel Connors and Bryant Riley gave security to answer the charge of misdemeanors. The Grand Jury sworn at this term (accept Geo K. Crutchfield, Thos. Bondar, Mark Downey, and F. Griffin) this day appeared, according to their adjournment, and were again sent out of Court, and, after some time, returned into Court, having presented certain parties, "being printers usually employed, and working as such," for "unlawfully and perniciously" forming and uniting themselves "into an unlawful Club and combination, called the Richmon