In Loudon County, Virginia, Pennsylvania infantry storm the streets of Middleburg and take the town
Union troops under Colonel John White Geary advanced on the Confederate town of Middleburg in Loudon County, Virginia. Withdrawing Confederate forces made a brief attempt to defend the small town of around eight hundred people but a heady charge of the 28th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry through the streets ended resistance and the Confederate cavalry retreated.. Losses were light on both sides. (By John Osborne)
Chronicles of the Great Rebellion Against the United States of America (Philadelphia, PA: A. Winch, 1867), 23.