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ng the bridges and driving our troops toward Strasburgh with great loss. Owing to what was deemed axplore the roads leading from Front Royal to Strasburgh, Middletown, Newtown, and Winchester, and asch they joined at Williamsport. They had at Strasburgh a very sharp conflict with the enemy, in whifantry, artillery and cavalry — fell back to Strasburgh, where they found the Zouaves d'afrique. Th The number of sick men in the hospital at Strasburgh, belonging to Gen. Williams's division, was ce of the enemy threatened to surround us at Strasburgh. At ten A. M. my brigade was ordered, in coh was continued. Our column moved on toward Strasburgh in good order, preceded by an immense train ven o'clock A. M., the regiment left camp at Strasburgh, marching toward Winchester. After a fatiguthe Maryland First. They had been sent from Strasburgh to Front Royal, a small village twelve miles Massachusetts had marched twelve miles from Strasburgh, and about a mile and a half above Newtown. [18 more...]
mmanding First Maryland volunteers, was sent on the sixteenth day of May from Strasburgh to Front Royal, with instructions to retain the troops under Major Tyndale, act the town of Front Royal and the railroad and bridges between that town and Strasburgh. The forces under his command consisted of his own regiment, (seven hundreommanding. There were three companies of infantry stationed on the road near Strasburgh; the Second Massachusetts, Capt. Russell, at the bridge; one company of the THubbard, and one company of the Twenty-seventh Indiana, about five miles from Strasburgh. This force was intended as a guard for the protection of the town, and paand took two hundred more prisoners, at a little town between Front Royal and Strasburgh, on the railroad. In all we took nine hundred prisoners at Front Royal, incleard from we had fifteen hundred prisoners at Front Royal. Banks, who was at Strasburgh when he heard of our doings, cut stick and broke for Winchester in hot haste;
force passed hurriedly on over the Winchester and Strasburgh road. But the wily rebel meant to run — not fight — and had succeeded in reaching Strasburgh just in season to pass between McDowell on the one side and Frethe former, except that his advance-guard reached Strasburgh next morning, twelve hours after it had been enteGen. Fremont. Cluseret was ordered on, entered Strasburgh in the evening, marching in a storm of rain, and ut. The force advanced three or four miles beyond Strasburgh, and was stopped at midnight, in perfect darknessrmed, and at six next morning advanced again upon Strasburgh. A mile from camp a courier met him with the new staff for body-guard, entered the main street of Strasburgh just as Gen Bayard, commanding the advance brigad before, was passed within three or four miles of Strasburgh. Dead, wounded, and exhausted soldiers lay by thd a Louisiana regiment. One captain was taken in Strasburgh. He had ridden back for his sabre, which he carr