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waited for the infantry and artillery to come up, and this morning, learning that the rebels were falling back toward Pleasant Hill, he started in pursuit with the First brigade, Colonel Lucas; Third brigade, Colonel Robinson; Fourth brigade, Colonel Dudley. The Fourteenth New-York cavalry had the advance, under command of Major Bassford. After marching a distance of fifteen miles, Major Bassford came suddenly upon the enemy, posted in a strong position. They opened upon him with artillery, w Hill and Fort Jessup come together on the Shreveport road, and about twelve miles distant from both the first-named places. Captain Rawle's battery of the Fifth United States artillery took a very active and creditable part in the fight. Colonel Dudley came up with his brigade in time to give the rebels a few parting shots. Colonel Robinson's brigade was in the rear, but is now on the ground, ready to take part in the action to-morrow, if the rebels see proper to accept the offer of batt
miles distant. Among the troops sent back were Colonel Dudley's and Colonel Gooding's cavalry brigades, the rana artillery in rear of his right and centre. Colonel Dudley's brigade of cavalry (of Lee's corps) supportedtle was soon to be fought, was General Lee with Colonels Dudley's and Lucas's cavalry brigades, with Nim's battond the Twenty-third Wisconsin, was occupied by Colonel Dudley's brigade of cavalry, the main body being deplonly protection was in the cavalry brigade under Colonel Dudley, aided by Nim's battery, the two howitzers, andorce across the road, captured Nim's battery, drove Dudley's cavalry in utter confusion from the field, and tusions was either killed or wounded and a prisoner. Dudley's and Duncan's brigades of Lee's cavalry were scattct upon the right flank, the cavalry brigade of Colonel Dudley was ordered to act upon the left flank of our lls except two ambulances, and all the wagons of Colonel Dudley's Fourth brigade-train except one. George G.