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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 1., Chapter 22: the War on the Potomac and in Western Virginia. (search)
ous Ashby, near the mouth of Patterson's Creek. They fell back across a portion of the stream to Kelley's Island, at the mouth of the creek, where; they had a terrible hand-to-hand fight with their assailants, that ceased only with the daylight. It ended at nightfall, with a loss to the Zouaves of only one man killed. The remainder made their way back to camp in the darkness. The following are the names of the thirteen brave men:--D. B. Hay, E. H. Baker, E. Burkett, J. C. Hollenback, T. Grover, J. Hollowell, T. Brazier, G. W. Mudbargar, L. Farley, F. Harrison, P. M. Dunlap, R. Dunlap, and E. P. Thomas. Their bravery elicited the highest praise of both Patterson and McClellan. The former, in general orders, Dated Hagerstown, June 80, 1861. commended their example to his troops; and the latter thanked them for their noble services, and said to Colonel Wallace: June 28.--I more than ever regret that you are not under my command. I have urged General Scott to send up the Penns