men. Two of the guard, Thirteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry, were killed and 4 taken prisoners. The train lost a few horses. Two Ohio regiments are at Martinsburg.
MARTINSBURG, May 15, 1864.
Brigadier General MAX WEBER,
The One hundred and fifty-third Ohio Militia is here. We want 120,000 rounds of cartridges.
R. S. RODGERS,
Colonel, Commanding Post.
POINT OF ROCKS, May 15, 1864.
A squad of men of my command started on a scout yesterday evening. Heard of some rebels in Waterford; fell back to the river for re-enforcements, and I have started in pursuit with my command.
DANIEL M. KEYES,
Captain, Commanding Loudoun Independent Rangers.
BEVERLY, May 15, 1864.
(Received 4 o'clock 16th.)
Brigadier General B. F. KELLEY:
The latest reliable news was on the 6th, when he passed through Princeton. I have sent a scouting party to find his whereabouts.
Lieutenant-Colonel, Commanding Post.
WASHINGTON, D. C., May 15, 1864-9 p. m.
The Secretary of War directs that you will immediately send forward to this place, for embarkation to Army of the Potomac, the following troops: The Purnell Legion-cavalry and infantry; the Third Delaware Volunteer Infantry; the First Delaware Cavalry, and the Ninety-fourth New York Veteran Volunteers. Colonel Root will remain in command at Annapolis, Md. The place of these