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es south of Stannardsville, in order to recuperate the exhausted artillery-horses. Lieutenant-Colonel Stedman, of the Sixth Ohio, commanding the detachment of five hundred men from General Gregg's arriving there some time during the night. Orderlies were despatched by General Custer to Colonel Stedman, directing him to return, but owing to the darkness of the night and the distance Colonel SColonel Stedman had advanced beyond the main column, they were unable to intercept him. By this, General Custer was left with only one thousand men, nearly twenty miles from any infantry support, and in ex that could be found in the neighborhood destroyed. In returning, the advance was given to Colonel Stedman, who commands a battalion of five hundred men chosen from General Gregg's division. The ded. Many prisoners fell into our hands, some of whom succeeded in making their escape. Colonel Stedman hearing the firing in the direction of Stannardsville, and knowing it must arise from an en