y were repulsed and driven back nearly two miles, to their line of entrenchments, behind which they sought shelter, and which proving too strong for our forces, they retired to their original position, having accomplished the object for which they forward — the result of their reconnaissance being that the enemy were strongly entrenched, in heavy force, on our right (their left) Our losses will foot up two hundred and seventy-five wounded and as many as forty killed. Col. Willis, of the th Georgia, while leading Pegram's brigade, fell mortally wounded, and has since Col. Terrid, of the 13th Virginia, to next assumed command of it, fell mortally wounded, and his body was left in the enemy's hands when we retired from the enemy's front back to our original line.
The losses of the enemy in killed and wounded cannot be ascertained.
Their loss prisoners foot up 150, chiefly of the fifth ps. Some few of them being heavy arrymen from Washington city.
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