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The Daily Dispatch: June 13, 1864., [Electronic resource], From Staunton — further particulars of the late fight. (search)
held their position until night, the enemy not pursuing. Finding that the enemy were not disposed to renew the battle, the command was given to fall back upon Waynesboro', which was done in good order, our artillery and trains being all brought off safely. All accounts concur in the opinion that but for the unfortunate paner mischief is lost. From the Valley. The Charlottesville Chronicle, of Wednesday, says: A courier, who arrived here about dusk last evening from Waynesboro', reports that nothing further has occurred in that quarter between the armies. He understood that Gen. Hunter did not take possession of Staunton until 3 P. M. on Monday. The pickets of his army extend out from Staunton within about six miles of Waynesboro'. Our loss in the battle he reports as quite heavy. Gen. Imboden is not captured, as reported. The Republican, of the 9th, says: Among the buildings burnt were the railroad depot, the Provost Marshal's office, the house