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troops that were left at Cumberland Gap. The Sixth Florida remained at the Gap until Colonel Finley was relieved by General Gracie, and was then ordered to report to General Smith at Knoxville, where the army went into winter quarters in 1862-63. irst dismounted cavalry, on the way to join the brigade, was detached by order of General Preston and sent to support General Gracie's brigade. Without faltering or wavering these gallant troops drove the enemy steadily before them, capturing the Twm the rifles of the enemy, who was strongly posted behind breastworks upon the crest of a hill. Then and there I met General Gracie, who informed me that his brigade had been twice repulsed from the same hill. Not being able to find my own brigade k of the regiments under his command on the evening of the 20th Colonel Finley reported that in their advance in front of Gracie's and Kelly's brigades, they opened fire upon the enemy and continued to advance steadily and constantly until we swept t