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The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Bill to be entitled "an act to further provide for the public residence. (search)
's lines, and make a full and thorough reconnaissance of their position and strength. Gen. J. E. B. Stuart order (Col. Fitg Hugh Lee,) 9th, (Col. F. H. Fitg Hugh Lee,) and 4th, Virginia cavalry, (Lieut. Gardiner commending,) to hold themselves in rLee,) and 4th, Virginia cavalry, (Lieut. Gardiner commending,) to hold themselves in readiness. These regiments, however, did not turn out more than half their usual strength, the 4th not having more than four companies in the hold. The Jeff. Davis Troop were also incorporated in the detail, as also two pieces of Stuart's Flying Ar made, but upon the appearance of the second squadron of the 9th, (composed of the "Caroline Dragoons," Captain Swan, and "Lee's Light Horse," Lieut. Hungerford, commanding,) under command of Captain Swan, the enemy's outpost hastily galloped back, ade a stand on the road, and in fields to the right and left of it. Thinking to flank them, and capture the whole force, Col. Lee, of the 1st, proceeded round their position to cut off retreat, but the movement occupying longer time than desired the