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lry Brigade, Camp "Qui Vive," Dec. 3, 1861. General Orders No. 5. The General of Cavalry takes pleasure in announcing to the Brigade in orders, the signal success obtained by the cavalry of this army over the enemy in recent engagements. On the — ult., Col. W. E. Jones, 1st Virginia Cavalry, with a detachment of his regiment, made a descent upon the enemy near Falls Church, capturing seven, with their arms and equipments, and sustaining no loss. On the 16th ult., Major W. T. Martin, commanding Jeff. Davis Legion, with a detachment of his command, completely surprised a greater force of infantry than his own about Doolin's house and orchard, and charging upon them over fences and marshes, killed several and captured one Captain, one Lieutenant, and twenty-eight non-commissioned officers and privates, without receiving a scratch to a man or horse. On the 18th ult. Lt. Col. Fitzhugh Lee, 1st Virginia Cavalry, with a detachment of the regiment, while scouting ne