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Doc. 57.-guerrillas in Virginia. Berryville, Va., June 9, 1863. This county is still infested with bushwhack. ers. Formerly residents here, they, as a matter of course, belong to the soi disant chivalry. Among their daring deeds, I have to record the cold-blooded assassination of a corporal of company C, First New York
enth Pennsylvania from Winchester.
They crossed the Shenandoah near Front Royal.
The attack upon the train was made near the Opequan, about three miles from Berryville.
Citizens, residents of the neighborhood visited by the rebels, say they belonged to Colonel Harmon's regiment, of General Jones's command.
Moseby, according accompanied Captain Boyd into headquarters as a prisoner.
Dressed in citizen's clothing, he rode one of his own horses, and in the best possible humor reached Berryville.
He admires Moseby.
In his opinion, Moseby is the soul of honor, a model man, a high-toned, whole-souled gentleman, incapable of encouraging bushwhacking, etc