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being in advance, under the command respectively of Lieutenant Gordon and Lieutenant Amory, were designated for that service, and were supported by the five companiein camp at Milford, diverged to the left, and put the regular cavalry, under Lieut. Amory, in the advance, the four companies of the First Iowa Cavalry, under Major Ts the mill-dam. Finding it would be dangerous to charge the bridge mounted, Lieut. Amory ordered the men to dismount and skirmish with pistols and sabres, as infantry traversing its steep sides and muddy bottom for a mile, returned to find Lieutenant Amory charging across the bridge, the rebels having deserted it upon seeing Colonel Davis, with the artillery, advancing. Lieut. Amory followed the road, thinking that the rebels might flee to the north. Lieut. Gordon, immediately after him, da some minutes. The cavalry, under Major Torrence, and the regulars, under Lieut. Amory, had in the mean time gotten up in the flank and rear of another body of the