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cavalry, the number of wounded at the hospital at Saltville was 39. The reserves and details from Roanoke, Bedford, Botetourt and Craig were not in the engagement, being sent to guard passes in the mountains. All the wounded were sent to Emory and Henry College, excepting those allowed to go their homes. The Yankees, in their retreat, left their dead and wounded on the field. Our forces killed one hundred and six Yankee whites and one hundred and fifty negroes, and wounded eighty whites and six negroes. We captured no prisoners. The above are all the wounded that were brought to the hospital at Saltville, and were sent to Emory and Henry Hospital. The Yankees carried off all the wounded that would bear transportation. General Hanson, from Kentucky, who is severely (mortally) wounded and in our hands, said we killed and wounded about one thousand. General Hanson is a brother of General Roger Hanson, of the Confederate army, killed in one of the Tennessee b