Marched towards Winchester, and when about five miles distant, met our cavalry, under General Vaughn of Tennessee, retreating in disorder, the Yankees in pursuit.
We quickly formed line, and moved forward, but the enemy retired, declining further battle.
Camped six miles from Bunker Hill.
Went to our well known resting point, Bunker Hill.
A few shell were fired, and one wounded our skillful and popular Surgeon, Dr. George Whitefield, from Demopolis, Alabama, in the arm. His absence will be a great loss to us.
September 4th (Sunday）
Marched towards Berryville, passing Jordan Springs, a well known watering place, and halted at 12 o'clock, one and a half miles from Berryville.
Deployed to the left of the town, where we could see the enemy and their breast-works very plainly.
At night retired one mile.
Our division again passed Jordan Springs, and soon after heard the skirmishers firing in front, were hastily forme