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e 11th of this month. We were surrounded by superior forces from eight to ten thousand.--Our company acted bravely. We lost from ten to twenty killed and wounded, besides some fifteen to twenty that are probably taken prisoners. The battle lasted about 2½ hours, when we found out that the only way of escape to ourselves was by retreating. We had a terrible time fleeing through the mountains, but arrived in this place yesterday evening. I am well, but feel very tired and stiff. I am the only officer left. Capt. Anderson was taken prisoner and I heard was killed. Statham was shot and was probably taken prisoner. Raine and Massie are also taken prisoners. Wyth Turner, Isaiah Rider, and several others whom I do not now recollect, were killed. We are are now within 46 miles of Staunton, and will probably go to that place and fortify, as the enemy have a very large force, and say they intend to go to Richmond by that route. Gov. Letcher met us on the road day before yesterday.