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nded, 150; missing, 58. total, 226. grand total, 4,086. to balance this, however, the following list of the results of Sheridan is put forth for the benefit of Lincoln and Johnson: Prisoners captured at Winchester (well)2,200 Prisoners captured at Winchester (wounded)2,000 Prisoners captured at Fisher's Hill900 Prisoners captured on the march beyond and since and before the battle1,500 Prisoners captured at Cedar creek2,000 Total prisoners8,600 Cannon captured near Martinsburg2 Cannon captured on the Opequan5 Cannon captured at Fisher's Hill21 Cannon captured in cavalry battle11 Cannon captured at Cedar creek50 Total30 Small arms captured at Winchester6,000 Small arms captured at Fisher's Hill1,100 Small arms captured at Cedar creek (say)5,000. Total12,100 Caissons captured at Winchester4 Caissons captured at Fisher's Hill9 Caissons captured at Cedar creek (say)12 Total25 Wagons captured at different points160 Wagons captured at Cedar creek100 T
The Daily Dispatch: October 31, 1864., [Electronic resource], Vice-President Stephens's and Sherman's Proposition to negotiate. (search)
In desert being a "reconnaissance" up the Lursy Valley, the Herald says a large body of cavalry was met, and not having the necessary force to make an attack on these, "after gaining the desired information, Major Gibson returned safely to camp. On Wednesday, cannonading was heard at Winchester, in the direction of Front Royal. Whether or not a fight was going on in that vicinity has not been ascertained. The guerrillas, who, on Wednesday, captured General Duffic between Winchester and Martinsburg, on the same day attacked a very valuable train on its way to the front, but were soon driven off." A letter from Winchester says: A lieutenant was shot dead, last night, in the streets of this place. To-day, a number of prominent secessionists were arrested and confined in the guard-house as hostages for the delivery of the murderer, who is supposed to be concealed by some of the rebel sympathizers. Everything is quiet along Cedar creek. How Lincoln is Engineering his e