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 wounded returned to their camp, which had been removed to a position above Richmond, near the Old Fair Grounds. In the three fights in which the battery had been engaged, it had lost sixty-five in killed and wounded, among whom were three commissioned and eight non-commissioned officers. It had lost thirty-four horses, and had all of its original guns disabled. The absence of incident in the above account is to be accounted for by the fact that the brave men to whom we are indebted for the main facts were, during the three battles in which they were engaged, too busy to take note of anything but their guns and the enemy in their front. [From the Winchester, Va. Times, September 27, 1893.]
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