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pursued by our cavalry through and beyond Strasburg. Forty- three pieces of his artillery, some guns take; from us during the day, were captured at Strasburg; also, over a hundred wagons and ambulances, and caissons innumerable. The rebel General Ramseur was captured in an ambulance, seriously, if not mortally, wounded. Probably one thousand prisoners were picked up along the road. Two hours of daylight would have given us the rebel army almost entire. Any just estimate of our own losses manding a brigade, wounded; Colonel R. G. McKenzie, commanding a brigade, wounded severely, but would not leave the field. I cannot yet give exact details. Many of our men, captured in the morning, have made their escape and are coming in. Ramseur, commanding a division in Early's army, died this morning. P. H. Sheridan, Major-General Commanding. Grant telegraphs Stanton of the fact of his having fired a shotted salute in honor of the victory, and says: Turning what bi