the 18th Gen Stuart occupied Middleburg with Robertson's and W. H. F. Lee's brigade.
During thhe enemy opened with artillery.
Hampton and Robertson were moved rapidly forward, and took up a poous, and making it necessary for Hampton and Robertson to move to the west side of Upperville, on adrew to Mountain Gap, west of Upperville.
Gen Robertson, whilst bringing up the rear guard, was atdie, and a number captured.
On the 25th Robertson's and Jones's brigades were left to observe f artillery, infantry, and his own cavalry.
Robertson and Jones were sent to hold Jack Mountain Pame held the north edge of the town, aided by Robertson and Chambliss.
Iverson's men, by some mistake, fired into Robertson's and Chambliss's, thereby much embarrassing operations for a while.
The hed rapidly down the road after them, whilst Robertson and Jenkins kept the left of the road on whie Winchester, to the east of the mountains.
Robertson came back with Longstreet, who was in the ad[6 more...]