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Report of killed and wounded in the Army of the Valley District from September 1 to October 1, 1864.

Command. Engagement. Date. Kill Wounded Total.

ed. .

Rodes' Winchester, September 89 597 686

division Va. 19, 1864

Early's ...do... ...do... 42 285 327

division

Gordon's ...do... ...do... 32 364 396

division

Breckinridge ...do... ...do... 23 194 217

's division

Artillery ...do... ...do... 13 68 81

Corps

Total at .......... 199 1,508 1,707

Winchester

Rodes' Fisher's September 11 94 105

division Hill, &c. 22, 1864

Early's ...do... September 20 7 57 64

division to October 1

Gordon's ...do... ...do... 6 43 49

division

Artillery ...do... September 1 8 21 29

Corps to October 1

(exclusive

of

Winchester)

Cavalry Winchester, September 1 60 286 346

division &c. to October 1

Wharton's Fisher's September 20 --- 14 14

division Hill, &c. to October 1

Total .......... 291 2,023 2,314

MOUNT JACKSON, September 23, 1864. (Via Harrisonburg 4 a.m.)

Late yesterday the enemy attacked my position at Fisher's Hill and succeeded in driving back the left of my line, which was defended by the cavalry, and throwing a force into the rear of the left of my infantry line, when the whole of the troops gave way in a panic and could not be rallied. This resulted in a loss of twelve pieces of artillery, though my loss in men is not large. I am falling back to New Market, and shall endeavor to check the enemy if he advances. Kershaw's division had better be sent to my aid, through Swift Run Gap, at once.

J. A. EARLY.

General R. E. LEE.

[Indorsement.]

HEADQUARTERS, September 23, 1864.

Respectfully submitted for information of Secretary of War.

Kershaw's division, with battalion of infantry, has been ordered to re-enforce Early, and he has been directed to call out all the troops in the Valley. I have no other troops to send.

R. E. LEE,

General.

PORT REPUBLIC, September 25, 1864.

GENERAL: I had determined to write you a full account of recent events, but I am too much occupied to do so. In the fight at Winchester I drove back the enemy's infantry, and would have defeated that, but his cavalry broke mine on the left flank, the latter making no stand, and I had to take a division to stop the progress of the former and save my trains, and during the fighting in the rear the enemy again