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urg, having encountered the enemy's cavalry at Luray, defeating it and joining me via Newmarket, an of rebel cavalry from Front Royal back toward Luray, six miles. On the same day Brigadier-General n the enemy in position about three miles from Luray; they were immediately engaged, and by a galla seventy prisoners. The command passed through Luray, on the pike leading to New Market, crossed thered down the Luray valley to take position at Luray, and watch the country in that vicinity, Onrabee (First Virginia cavalry), were sent from Luray to destroy the railroad bridge over the Rapidance to Culpepper, and thence by Sperryville to Luray. He completely destroyed the bridge. Much ond division, West Virginia cavalry, came from Luray through New Market gap, and returned same night to Luray. October seventh.--The First division (Brigadier-General Merritt) continued its marchirginia cavalry (Colonel Powell), marched from Luray down Luray valley to Millford creek. Octobe