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cavalry and skirmishers. At dark we withdrew for reasons stated. "The Chief of Artillery reports that he lost about two hundred and fifty horses. "The enemy made no advance up to a late hour last night, as far as could be seen — holding some of our captured guns with their skirmish lines. They must have suffered heavily. "My own loss, including cavalry, will, perhaps, not exceed twelve or fifteen hundred, though this is surmise. "The command is not yet organized. Captain Brownson, of my staff, was wounded severely during the night. Colonel Walker, Assistant Adjutant General, is missing. "This is acknowledged to have been one of the most desperate and determined fights of the war, resembling Spotsylvania in its character, though the number engaged gives it less importance. "A few more good troops would have given us a victory of considerable importance. "I forward this afternoon prisoners from the field of Wilcox's and Hebb's commands. "Major