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, numbering one hundred and thirty men, under Major E. Burroughs, accompanied this force. The same evening Bry levied, behaved well, with the exception of Major E. Burroughs's battalion of cavalry, and Graham's battery,ition on the narrow road, I found it obstructed by Burroughs's cavalry, and ordered it out of the way of my infs in juxtaposition to my Twenty-sixth regiment. Major Burroughs moved his cavalry in advance of my position, an cavalry, Baker's I am told, in advance of that of Burroughs's. The enemy commenced a heavy shelling of the roae former of six and the latter of four pieces, and Burroughs's battalion of cavalry, in all about seventeen hunolonel Deshler, chief of ordnance, and to order Major Burroughs, with his cavalry, to report to Colonel Rosser,tteries to report to Colonel Deshler, I ordered Major Burroughs, through a staff officer, to report to Colonel and in front of us, I sent an officer to direct Major Burroughs to turn into the field on the left, instead of