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r decisive, but dearly bought victory. Gen. Bradley Johnson's brigade of cavalry, formerly Jones', followed after the trains to Ashby's gap, and Johnson marched on roads to protect the right flank fSalem church, Jackson toward Charlestown, and Johnson farther to the left. The cavalry holding the in front, preceded by Vaughn's cavalry, with Johnson on the right flank, Jackson on the left on tht battlefield of his famous Valley campaign. Johnson engaged the enemy's cavalry on the Front Royahe 27th of July, McCausland, with his own and Johnson's brigades of cavalry, started on a memorablewith Jackson's cavalry on the Middle road and Johnson's on the back road. The enemy was overtaken of the enemy near Cameron station. Vaughn's, Johnson's and Jackson's brigades of cavalry advanced by Averell's, the enemy was enabled to get on Johnson's flank and rout the whole command, capturingamseur, on the west bank of the Opequon, with Johnson's and Jackson's cavalry on his right, opposed