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e two of the enemy were killed and six wounded, and Capt. Newbard, Lieut Wagner, and fifty five men Company X, 54th Pennsylvania volunteers, were captured. The railroad bridge over Little Cacapon was burned with the company's buildings, &c. About 8 o'clock the same morning Col Imboden sent his cavalry across the Potomac to prevent the escape of the company stationed at Pawpaw Tunnel, and by leading his infantry across a precipitous mountain surrounded the place captured Captain H te Lieuts. Cole and Baer, and ninety men of company B, 54th Pennsylvania volunteers. He also captured 175 Austrian rifles and accoutrements, and about 8,000 rounds of water-proof cartridges. The commissary stores, camp equipage, &c, he was obliged to destroy, for want of transportation. While thus engaged, about 200 of the enemy's cavalry, from Romney, made a descent upon his camp, near Capon Bridge and put to flight his guard and about 100 unarmed men, whom he had left under charge of Lieut, Ston