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The Daily Dispatch: September 20, 1862., [Electronic resource], Camp star Martinsburg, Sept. 12th, 1862. (search)
an unconditional surrender, when the firing ceased. General Miles, the Federal commander, is reported to be wounded. The results of this surrender, according to this last account, are as follows: 12,000 Yankee 12,000 Rufield rifles, 50 cannon, 100 four horse team a number of fine artillery horses, a large quantity of ammunition, some quartermaster and commissary stores, and 1,000 "contrabands." [by telegraph.] Gordonsville, Sept. 19, --At Harper's Ferry we paroled 11,090 privates, 425 officers, took 2,000 negroes, 15,000 stand of small arms, and forty-six pieces of cannon. Col. Walker's battery took 500 horses. Our loss was three killed and forty wounded. The battle commenced Sunday morning, and opened again Monday at daylight. Their dead were covered in the ditches — we couldn't tell how many. In the fight at Sharpsburg we took 3,000 prisoners. Gen. Garland and Col. Strange were killed. Gen. D. H. Hill was roughly handed, but managed to hold the enemy in check.