rough, bringing off everything except the dead and badly wounded, the enemy being too much crippled to press us at all.
General Vaughn's headquarters are at Waynesborough, and our army confident of their ability to hold their position.
Gen McCausland, with a brigade of cavalry, moved from Buffalo Gap about daylight yesterday morning to effect a junction with Vaughn.
We also learn that the Staunton operator, who has located at Rockfish Gap, reported yesterday evening that the enemy end, and that his body had been decently burled and his grave marked, that his friends might reclaim his remains.
He also stated that he held as prisoners 58 commissioned officers and 700 privates.
Among the officers were Col. Brown, commanding McCausland's brigade, who was badly wounded; Colonel Jones, of Vaughn's brigade, and Colonel Alken, of the 59th Tennessee, the latter reported killed, but who is unhurt, and Capt E. Boyd Faulkner, of the 45th Virginia regiment.
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