1st Sergeant F. O. Bailey,
4th Sergeant T. F. Rowzee,
5th Sergeant J. W. Jones,
Private D. B. Alexander,
D. W. Bradford,
W. A. Craft,
B. S. Crawford,
J. M. Gully,
Private R. B. Galloway,
N. R. Higginbotham,
J. D. Hulme,
Z. B. Taylor,
1st Sergeant J. B. Remson,
2d Sergeant J. A. McCord,
1st Corporal A. H. Hardy,
3d Corporal N. W. Stephenson,
Private H. A. Caver,
J. M. Clary,
J. L. Clary,
J. J. Cartledge,
J. M. Crawford,
V. L. Colvin,
Private W. A. Flanigan,
W. W. Furgerson,
P. M. Florence,
J. H. W. Gresham,
E. A. McCord,
W. T. Murray,
R. D. Mumford,
J. S. Norman,
W. S. Ware,
A. J. Steed.
1st Sergeant J. P. Vickery,
Private W. J. Bailey,
G. W. Carroll,
W. M. Grubbs,
Private Joseph Jackson,
R. F. Moore,
T. J. Wright.
1st Sergeant R. W. Cleveland,
2d Sergeant J. L.
And this was done instantly.
Wyndham and Johnson, however, were not taken, the latter having hidden himself without clothes under a stack of hay; but many other officers had been taken by surprise like Stoughton, while Mosby, as fortunate as he was daring, succeeded in getting through the Federal lines unperceived, taking with him thirty-five prisoners.
For a detailed account of this raid see a letter from Colonel Mosby to a friend in Richmond, chap.
of Mosby and his Men, by J. M. Crawford.—Ed.
During the first months of the year 1863 the Confederate partisans, mounted and on foot, showed themselves in West Virginia at Moorefield, where, on the 3d of January, General Jones succeeded in capturing about sixty Federals; and again at Point Pleasant, where they were repulsed with loss on the 30th of March.
They finally returned to the charge at the end of April, while one detachment tried in vain, on the 28th, to force the defile of Greenland Gap in the Alleghanies.
1st division, Brigadier-general Barnes.
1st brigade, Tilton, 18th, 22d Mass., 118th Pa.
2d brigade Sweitzer, 9th, 32d Mass., 4th Mich., 62d Pa.
3d brigade Vincent, 16th Mich., 44th N. Y., 83d Pa., 20th Me.
2d division, Brigadier-general Ayres.
1st brigade, Day, 3d, 4th, 6th, 12th, 14th U. S. infantry.
2d brigade Burbank, 2d, 7th, 10th, 11th, 17th U. S. infantry
3d brigade Weed, 140th, 146th N. Y., 91st, 155th Pa.
3d division, Brigadier-general Crawford.
1st brigade, McCandless, 1st, 2d, 6th Pa. Res., 1st Pa. Rifles.
2d brigade Fisher, 5th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th Pa. Res.
Corps artillery, Captain——, 5 batteries, 26 cannon.
1st division, Brigadier-general Wright.
1st brigade, Torbert, 1st, 2d, 3d, 15th N. Y.
2d brigade Bartlett, 5th Me., 121st N. Y., 95th, 96th Pa.
3d brigade Russell, 6th Me., 49th, 119th Pa., 5th Wis.
2d division, Brigadier-general Howe.