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amsport, Md., and upon the river bank below that town, Capt. McMullin's scouts, and the secret spies of Government, were makhe river was crossed at an early hour on Tuesday morning. McMullin's Rangers dashed in first, the City Troop and Gen. Pattere City Troop and Doubleday's battery, the whole led by Capt. McMullin and the Philadelphia Independent Rangers, reached thisirectly upon the turnpike, bearing upon the Union ranks. McMullin's men were some rods in advance, and they first opened fiisconsin Regiment had approached to within 300 yards, and McMullin's men were less than 100 yards from the rebels' advance lone in Colonel Thomas's 2d Cavalry. Corporal McGinley, of McMullin's Rangers, was shot through the foot. Wm. H. Kuhns of throuting the rebels from all their places of concealment. McMullin's men lay along the road near the battery, and in the wooThe behavior of the Wisconsin men, the 23d, the 11th, and McMullin's men, under fire, is spoken of in the highest terms; whi
re marching forward in serried ranks, all animated by one sentiment and one purpose — the love of country, a broad national sentiment, with no mean sectional or State limits, and the firm resolve to conquer or die. Such an army, so inspired and so determined, could only impress friends with joy and pride, and foes with fear. The head of the column moving on the turnpike was Col. Thomas's Brigade, a detachment of the Second United States Cavalry, a section of the Rhode Island Battery, and McMullin's Rangers, acting as skirmishers, forming the advance guard. Between the village of Darksville and Bunker Hill the cavalry of the enemy, in command of Col. Stuart, made their appearance. The Rangers opened upon them, but they were too far off for their fire to be effective, and the troopers scattered and scampered off. At this place the whole squadron, some six or seven hundred, made a show of fight, and the Rhode Island Artillery threw a few shot and shell among them, when they again s