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Doc. 132.-the Wytheville expedition. General Scammon's despatch. Charlestown, July 24. General Kelly: Colonel Toland, with the Second Virginia cavalry and the Thirty-fourth Ohio mounted infantry, cut the railroad at Wytheville, Virginia, and destroyed two pieces of artillery, seven hundred muskets, and a large amount of ammunition and stores, and had a sharp fight in Wytheville. Captured one hundred and twenty-five prisoners, who were paroled. Killed, seventy-five. Wounded, not known. Our loss is seventy-eight killed, wounded, and missing. Seventeen were killed, including Colonel Toland and Captain Delaney. Colonel Powell is very dangerously wounded, and is a prisoner. We were fired upon from houses, public and private, by the citizens, even by the women. My men totally destroyed the town, and reached Fayette yesterday, after a march of about three hundred miles. E. P. Scammon. Brigadier-General. A National account camp Piatt, Virginia, July 26, 1863.