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lery, which by this time had become familiar and contemptible to us. Gen. Banks, who was yet here (Winchester) in person, upon hearing this report, concluded that Jackson could not be in front, possibly, or be decoyed away so far from the main body of the rebel army. In this opinion I, too, began to concur concluding that Jackson Jackson was too sagacious to be caught in such a trap. General Banks therefore left for Washington. His staff officers were to follow the same day by way of Centreville. Knowing the crafty enemy, however, I had to deal with I omitted no precaution. My whole force was concentrated and prepared to support Kim ball's brigade, which was in the rebels has struck this whole region of country with terror. Such a blow had never fallen on them before, and it is more crushing because wholly unexpected.--Jackson and his stone-wall brigade and all the other brigades accompanying him, will never meet this division again in battle. During the night they managed to carry off
The captured at Kernstown. The following is understood to be a correct list of our men captured in the engagement on the 23d, near Winchester: First Lieut G. G. Junkin, Aide-de-camp to Gen. Jackson; First Lieut S. C. Williams, Aide-de-camp to Gen Garnett. Second Regiment--Nath Lawser, Samuel Nolan, B. C Washington, John W Addison, Jas W Overton, Wm Herfoot, George W Henson, Park Wooddey, George Miracle, Wm Barton, J B Bonham, C. E Bell, John W Legg, J. W. Dugan, R S Burwell. Fourth Regiment--John T McKee, Elliott Willis, E R Davis, John S Lvle, Benj Allen, Peter S Harris, J A Lucas, Jos McMurran, S S Caddell, S S Walthal, Sergeant T C Craig, J T Sowinger, M T Saunders, A B Ramsey, J W Woods, H & Paxton, Adjutant J H Lang Horne, 1st Lieut T J Boyd, Sergeant J D Gracam, Capt H K Morrison, 2d Lieut William Wade, 2d Lieut E C Barkins. Fifth Regiment--J W Matthews, Co H. Twenty first Regiment--W H Patterson, Second Lieutenant John B Witcher, D W Hawkins.
tement from Sergeant Moore, of the 21st Regiment Tennessee Volunteers. On sunday afternoon, while Cols. Pickett and Jackson--whose commands were distinct — were taking a ride, it was a greed that Col. J. would picket on the road leading to Hickman, which. however, was neglected, whether by Col. Jackson or his officers is not known. Neither was that road scouted on sunday, or that night or the next morning. The consequence was that on Monday morning the enemy came in on the Richman road,g of the pickets. About ten minutes afterwards the enemy planted their guns in sight, and within one hundred yards of Col. Jackson's headquarters, supported on either side by their cavalry, consisting of two battalions. It seems that neither Col. Pickett or Col, Jackson were aware of the presence of the enemy until their rifled twelve pounders were fired. The cavalry could not form, being at ones thrown into confusion. Col. Pickett by this time sent three messengers to Lieut-Col. Tilman,