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report, the nineteenth was devoted to rest and preparation, moving down for bivouac near Mitchell's Ford late in the evening. During the day the order of battle, marked C, and subsequent instructions, marked B, were received from the commanding General, from which, it seemed, the enemy had escaped attack. At moonrise, on the twentieth, about four A. M., General Lee's and Robertson's brigades were moved across the Rapidan at two adjacent fords, and pushed rapidly forward — Lee's directly by Madden, in pursuit of the enemy in the direction of Kelley's and Ely's Fords, on the Rappahannock, and Robertson's, which I accompanied, via Stevensburg, (a village four miles east of Culpeper Court-House,) toward Brandy Station. Brigadier-General Fitzhugh Lee, whose written report has not been furnished, found the enemy's rear near Kelley's Ford, and, by vigorous attack, secured several prisoners and a cavalry color. One of Robertson's regiments, with the artillery of his brigade, had been, by m