se, the Commissaries and Quartermasters being required to obtain and furnish all such supplies in balk as may be necessary.
So much of this order as authorizes seizures of persons and property will not take effect until the command crosses the Pennsylvania lice.
The almost activity is enjoined upon the detachments procuring horses, and unceasing vigilance upon the entire command.
Major J. P. W. Harriston is hereby appointed Division Provost Marshal. By command of Major General J. E. R. Stuart. R. Channing Price, 1st Lieutenant and A. D. C.
Headquarters Cavalry Division, October 14, 1862.
Col. R. H. Chilton, A. A. Gen'l Army Northern Va:
Colonel: I have the honor to report that on the 9th Inst., in compliance with instructions from the Commanding General Army Northern Virginia.
I proceeded on an expedition into Pennsylvania with a cavalry force of 1,800 and four pieces of horse artillery, under command of Brigadier- General Hampton and Cols. W. H. F.
The enemy have three pontoon bridges over the Rappahannock.
The town is said to be filled with Yankee wounded — the number being estimated as high as 15,000.
The enemy's loss thus far is believed to be 30,000--some have it 40,000.
Stuart's cavalry have been unceasingly fighting and pursuing the enemy, and have done excellent service.
Our position is very strong.
Grant has issued orders congratulating his troops on their success --telling them that Petersburg was in the noon to-day there has been no general engagement, but some skirmishing, and occasional discharges of artillery on our right.
Everything is progressing well, and the army is in no danger of suffering for want of supplies.
The late Gen. J. E. R. Stuart.
The remains of Gen. J. E. B. Stuart were interested in Hollywood Cemetery yesterday afternoon.
The funeral services were performed at St. James's Church.
We reprint from the Illustrated News a sketch of the life of his great cavalry