een relieved,) assisted by Generals Buford and Gregg and Col. Dufie, as subordinate commanders.
Innd much anxiety was expressed to hear from General Gregg, whose column was considerably stronger thire in the rear.
About the same time we heard Gregg's guns, and some prisoners taken from Robinsonrapidly.
They were in a bad predicament — for Gregg was almost directly in their rear, Russell wasof the two columns were soon connected.
General Gregg reported that his two brigades, under Kilpng heavily themselves.
The artillery with General Gregg also suffered considerably, and the Sixth llent service, however.
In the charges by General Gregg's column, a stand of colors and over one he.
While a junction was being effected with Gregg's column on the left, Buford and Ames were pusford's division fell back to Beverly Ford, and Gregg's division to Rappahannock Ford, a mile and a vision is about one hundred and eighty, and in Gregg's about the same.
The rebel prisoners report