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Doc. 11.-evacuation of Winchester. Major-General Milroy's report. Baltimore, June 30, 1863. Colonel: I have been compelled by the exigencies of public
quarters in five minutes; for telegraphic communication still existed between Baltimore and Winchester.
On Friday night I doubled my pickets and kept out strong c :
In accordance with orders from Halleck, received from headquarters, at Baltimore, to-day, you will immediately take steps to remove your command from Winchest
Early on Friday morning, the twelfth of June, I received this telegram:
Baltimore, June 12, one o'clock A. M., 1863. Major-General R. H. Milroy:
Lieutenant- Chief of Staff, Eighth A. C.
Lieutenant H. E. Alexander's account.
Baltimore, June 18, 1863.
As there have been conflicting accounts relative to the te ter, without timely notice of it being given to me through General Schenck at Baltimore.
It is in proof that my small force of cavalry was most actively and industr