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at Dover, and was driven back by the enemy's cavalry, which was advancing from Fairfax. Gen Fitz Lee took up position on a hill west of Aldie, commanding the Snickersville road. Simultaneously with this attack Gen Stuart was informed that the enemy was advancing on Middleburg, via the road from Hopewell. At Aldie Fitz Lee'sn's and Chambliss's fronts. The enemy next advanced and at tacked with dismounted men employed as infantry Brig Gen Fitz Lee meantime engaged the enemy on the Snickersville road. The fight raged for some time, with no decided result to either party, when the enemy, finally gaining possession of a hill of woodland in front of our Mountain Gap, west of Upperville. Gen Robertson, whilst bringing up the rear guard, was attacked by the enemy, but repulsed them. Fitz Lee's brigade being at Snickersville, did not participate in this engagement. Early next morning it became evident that the enemy were retiring.--They were pressed vigorously as far as Aldie, and