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Doc. 107. the capture of Romney, Va. General Kelley's report. Romney, Oct. 26, six o'clock P. M., Via New Creek. F. H. Pierpoint: I left New Creek at twelve o'clock last night, with my force, and attacked the outposts of the enemy at New Creek at twelve o'clock last night, with my force, and attacked the outposts of the enemy at three o'clock this afternoon, and, after a brilliant action of two hours, completely routed them, captured many prisoners, much camp equipage, and all of their cannon, ammunition, and wagons. The rebels are in full retreat on Winchester. This br
ast Thursday our regiment, the Fourth Ohio, received orders from Gen. Kelley to pack up and move from Fort Pendleton to New Creek, and there join him with other forces in a march upon Romney.
We left camp on Friday morning, under command of Col. John S. Mason, appointed, vice Col. Lorin Andrews, deceased, and arrived at New Creek in the evening, marching the distance of twenty-six miles in twelve hours. Lieut.-Col. Cantwell was with us, although he had bid us farewell the day before, expectin