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pelled to abandon the pursuit, cursed his prisoner as aid — d lazy Yankee. Ashby said but little along the road, frequently muttering to himself. Passing a body in Union uniform by the roadside, Ashby requested his driver to see if he was alive. Fitzgerald said he was dead. Ashby then ordered him to carry the body into aAshby then ordered him to carry the body into an adjoining field, and put in a position where it could be readily discovered, in order, as he said, to prevent mutilation by animals. Fitzgerald discovered that that he could not flank or cut us off, he returned to Winchester, first directing Ashby to pursue us with his cavalry and artillery. Gen. Johnston was not at Wincrilla, was killed at Buckton Station, between Front Royal and Strasburg. After Ashby took command of the cavalry brigade, Sheets was appointed to command Ashby's orAshby's original regiment.--Another Captain in the same regiment was also shot dead there. French peaches. At the depot at Winchester the rebels found some tin boxes