n after an all-day's march.
15th.—Near Strasburg, all the company but our detachment ordered back to Mt. Solon; out with Rosser's brigade on a scout.
They capture fifty prisoners. Tuesday, 19th.—Gordon's magnificent victory; Kendall, Stewart, and mto-day.
He was a sincere Christian, a very brave and fearless man, and a much respected officer.
Captain Emmett, of General Rosser's staff, wounded.
General Rosser had to fall back, owing to the heavy columns of infantry in front.
We gave them a General Rosser had to fall back, owing to the heavy columns of infantry in front.
We gave them a sight of our teeth from hilltop to hilltop almost hourly.
13th, 14th, 15th, and 16th.—Falling back, continually in the saddle, night and day; reached Furrer's furnace cold and raining.
24th.—Was sent to the front with the twelve-pound brass howitzenant McNeal, near Moorfield.
Brigade on the move under strict orders; cavalry and artillery moving quietly but rapidly.
Rosser has made a splendid raid, completely surprising the enemy at New Creek, eighty miles west of our starting point, destroy