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The Daily Dispatch: November 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], Gen. Lee's Official report of his recent operations. (search)
lry slowly retired before their advance on the following day. When the movement of the army from the Rapidan commenced Gen. Imboden was instructed to advance down the Valley, and guard the gaps of the mountains on our left. This duty was well perforransportation; only a few escaped to Harper's Ferry. The enemy advanced from that place in superior numbers to attack Gen. Imboden, who retired, bringing off his prisoners and captured property, his command suffering very little loss, and inflicting (2,436,) including forty-one commissioned officers. Of the above, four hundred and thirty-four (434) were taken by General Imboden. A more complete account, with a statement of our loss in killed, wounded and prisoners, will be forwarded as snto the streets, where he formed and fled towards Harper's Ferry. At the edge of town he was met by the 18th cavalry--Col. Imboden's and Gilmor's battalions. One volley was exchanged, when the enemy threw down his arms and surrendered unconditi