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in the Fifth Connecticut all but eight. It was one of the most heroic combats of the war. A Leader of Cavalry. Colonel Alfred N. Duffie was in command of the First Rhode Island Cavalry, in the Cavalry Brigade of the Second Division of McDowell's (T, the day before the battle of Cedar Mountain, the cavalry had proceeded south to the house of Dr. Slaughter. That night Duffie was on picket in advance of General Crawford's troops, which had come up during the day and pitched camp. The whole divippahannoc was ordered, the cavalry again checked the Confederate advance. During the entire campaign the regiment of Colonel Duffie did yeoman's service. The leader of the charge: General Samuel W. Crawford, here seen with his staff, at Cedar Mountain. Col. Alfred N. Duffie The latter of the two possibilities seemed the more probable, and Pope was therefore ordered to push his whole army toward Gordonsville, in the hope that Lee, compelled to strengthen Jackson, would be too weak to