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Our infantry did not pursue them, and the artillery, after battering down the smaller houses and again scattering the strategists, retired to their encampment. On the next day the Washington Greys, a large company of sturdy "braves," bred among the rough quarries and hills of the mountain county of Rappahannock, who, like Othello, can best speak of "the great world in what pertains to feats of broil and battle," were sent within the enemy's lines, and after searching the dwelling of a Mr. Bayley and capturing a number of late Northern papers left by some Federal officers who had just escaped, proceeded to an out-house or barn, where about forty of the enemy were concealed. They had approached within a short distance, and when little dreaming that the foe lurked so near, a galling fire from forty Minnie rifles was poured upon them, wounding severely Second Lieut. Aylett Swindler, who continued bravely to advance. The "Greys," commanded by First Lieut. Albert Swindler, charged fu