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ly, the infantry and artillery being their chief reliance. Gen. Stuart continued to fall back before this column, withdrawing his forces on the left at the same time, and thus drew them on nearly to Ashby's Gap, the day winding up with a brief but hot charge at Upperville, in which they were driven back and badly hurt. Yesterday Gen. Stuart advanced in his turn and the enemy continued to retreat before his cavalry and artillery until night. At that time he established his pickets near Aldie, and returned to his former position before the enemy's advance. The appearance of the roads indicates the severe character of the engagements. It is strewed with dead horses and many fresh graves are seen. The loss of the enemy was heavy. It was reported by citizens of Middleburg that the body of Gen. Kilpatrick, one of their most accomplished officers, passed through that night. Many of their field officers were killed, and they undoubtedly suffered heavily. Our own loss was consider
The Daily Dispatch: June 26, 1863., [Electronic resource], An Exequatur granted by the Confederate Government. (search)
Yankee prisoners. --The arrivals of Yankee prisoners yesterday from the Winchester fight numbered 1,247, making the aggregate 3,494. Yesterday afternoon there were 97 received, 30 of whom were officers. They were chiefly from the fight at Aldie. Among the officers were Col L P Casinola, of the 4th N Y cavalry, Maj W R Steleg, of the 7th Ill cavalry Acting Adjutant on Gen Hooker's staff; and several Chaplains, including Geo H Herman, of 12th Pa; E W Brady, 168th Ohio; C C McCabe, 122d Ohio; E C Ambler, 67th Pa, and Geo T Brown, 6th Md.