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rces engaged on our side, about 1,800 in number, were the 22d, 45th, and 50th. Virginia regiments, Edgar's battalion one company of cavalry, two guns of the Otey battery, two guns of Lowry's battery, one gun of Chapman's battery, and two guns of Bryan's battery, from Monroe county, all under command of Gen. Heth. The Yankees numbered from 5,000 to 6,000. Our men made the attack, drove the enemy from two positions, when he was reluforned, and, having gained a position in our rear, in the townrce, by whom they were severely cut up We took some 75 prisoners, and lost none of our own except it a wounded, who were left in the hand of the enemy, some of our surgeons who retired our men, and posibly a few stragglers. The guns of Bryan's battery, and one gun of Otey's battery were taken. The cause of the capture of the latter was a of the order to retreat. The fallure of the Yankees to pursue our retreating forces with activity was caused, as Captain Otey thinks, it, the