Numbers 64.-Captain James W. Myers, Eleventh West Virginia Infantry, of engagement at Kernstown.
Numbers 65.-Major Milton Wells, Fifteenth West Virginia Infantry, of engagement at Kernstown.
Numbers 66.-Colonel Isaac H. Duval. Ninth West Virginia Infantry, commanding Second Infantry Division, of operations July 23-25.
Numbers 67.-Colonel Rutherfourd B. Hayes, Twenty-third Ohio Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations July 23-25.
Numbers 68.-Colonel Daniel D. Johnson, Fourteenth West Virginia Infantry, commanding Second brigade, of operations July 24-25.
Numbers 69.-Lieutenant Colonel John W. Shaw, Thirty-fourth Ohio Infantry, of engagement at Stephenson's Depot.
Numbers 70.-Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin F. Coates, Ninety-first Ohio Infantry, of engagements at Stephenson's Depot and Kernstown.
Numbers 71.-Colonel Thomas M. Harris, Tenth West Virginia Infantry, commanding First brigade, Third Division, of engagement at Kernstown.
Numbers 72.-Brigadier General Alfred N. Duffie, U. S. Army, commanding First Cavalry Division, of operations July 14-27.
Numbers 73.-Brigadier General William W. Averell, U. S. Army, commanding Second cavalry Division, of operations July 8-August 3, with itinerary of the division July 2-31.
Numbers 74.-Major General Darius N. Couch, U. S. Army, commanding Department of the Susquehanna, of the burning of Chambersburg, &c.
Numbers 75.-Itinerary of the Department of the Susquehanna July 3- August 1.
Numbers 76.-Lieutenant Hancock T. McLean, Sixth U. S. Cavalry, of operations July 5-10 and July 26-August 3.
Numbers 77.-Captain R. M. Evans, Philadelphia City Scouts, of affair Emmitsburg.
Numbers 78.-Colonel George W. Gile, commanding First Brigade, U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, of the defense of Washington.
Numbers 79.-General Robert E. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Northern Virginia, of Early's operations June 23-July 26.
Numbers 80.-Lieutenant General Jubal A. Early, C. S. Army, of operations July 8-14, including battle of the Monocacy and operations against Washington, D. C.
Numbers 81.-Major Harry W. Gilmor, Second Maryland Battalion Cavalry (Confederate), of operations July 3.
Numbers 82.-Major General John B. Gordon, C. S. Army, of the battle of the Monocacy.
Numbers 83.-Major General Robert E. Rodes, C. S. Army, of engagement at Stephanson's Depot.
Numbers 84.-Colonel William L. Jackson, Nineteenth Virginia Cavalry, commanding brigade, of skirmish near Shepherdstown, W. Va.
Numbers 85.-Brigadier General Bradley T. Johnson, C. S. Army, of operations July 28-August 3.
Numbers 1. Reports of Major General Franz Sigel, U. S. Army, commanding reserve Division, Department of West Virginia, of operations July 2-8.
MARTINSBURG, W. VA., July 2, 1864.
(received 12 p. m.)
There are strong indications of a movement of the enemy in force down the Valley. Our cavalry met those of the enemy to-day at Winchester, and a number of refugees have arrived here who fled